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I am developing a web application for localhost use (using Server2Go) and want to pack it with the browser application.

I've tried a lot of browsers; TheWorld browser is good but it has the Internet Explorer core.

I'm looking for a really small and simple browser but not Internet Explorer-based - it should be compatible with all standards.

Any suggestions?

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Assuming you're using windows, there's a few options. You can use chrome in application mode - possibly with a portable version of some sort, or mozilla prism - one uses the chrome engine, the other gecko.

Prism hasn't been updated in a while so in future, you might want to replace it with chromeless once its ready.

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Thank you! Chromelese is what I'm looking for! :) Nice... –  JaL Aug 26 '11 at 7:33

QTweb (http://www.qtweb.net/qtweb.html) is a very light Webkit-based cross-platform and portable browser, it can be very easily customised to become chromeless (using the .ini file with the executable, it's an interesting option for desktop-like app)

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I use Server2go with google chrome portable in application mode. Very nice one click system.

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Have a look at Pokki. Looks very promising.

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Pokki is very interesting ... but chromelese will be better choice ... but maybe in future I will choose pokki ... anyway thank you for your answer! :) –  JaL Aug 26 '11 at 7:43
@JaL sure, glad to help. –  Sathya Aug 26 '11 at 8:42

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