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Thundrestrike

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  1. Dont count your chickens before you even have eggs... There are no HTML parsers yet, for the DS anyways(besides DSLinux), so that means that a browser should come soon, but how soon is soon? I'd say a few more months... Edit: Well, I'll be damned, I forgot DSOrganize can read HTML and parse it (Text only, no images yet), and thats what it uses for the help files, so a DSBrowser COULD come sooner than I thought... Then again, there's always Opera DS... <{POST_SNAPBACK}> but opera will take longer, and i think i remember someone saying the HTML thing would be fairly easy... heres what I read at GBAdev forums (http://forum.gbadev.org/viewtopic.php?t=9348&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0) _________________ Tepples: A web browser is an HTTP client plus a CSS layout engine plus an HTML parser plus an HTML default stylesheet. So before we make a web browser, we need to make a simple HTTP client. Then if somebody builds a.nds loader around the HTTP client, we may not need Ralink cards and WMB anymore, as we can just use Apache HTTP Server. _________________ sgstair of course a HTTP client is about as difficult to write as a hello world app I dare say we will be seeing a lot of interesting junk soon -Stephen ________________ now what do YOU think? Also, will this allow graphics?
  2. Does this mean someone can create a graphic-based homebrew web-browser? That'd be da bomb!
  3. I been trying for hours to get dslinux WEB BROWSER working on my gbamp! I got all the required hardware... just can someone who's done it before provide a short step-by-step guide on how to work it? thanks, i'd REALLY like it
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