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A Quick look at Prism 1.0 Beta Standalone

By • May 11th, 2009 • Filed under: Open-Source, Web Utilities

What can Prism 1.0 do for you, Ubuntu user? Using Twitter as an example – Twitter already has many desktop clients like Twitux, Twidge – a command-line Twitter client; Now add Prism to that long list.

Mozilla Labs Launches Prism 1.0 beta With New WebSite

By • May 9th, 2009 • Filed under: Browsers, Firefox, Open-Source, Web Utilities

Mozilla Lab has released the beta of Prism 1.0 . Prism, popularly known as the  Web Application Launcher is an open source, cross-platform, stripped down browser that lets users pull-out web applications out of their browser and run them directly from their desktop. Prism 1.0 beta, that comes with exciting new features, is a result […]

A closer look at Google Chrome

By • Sep 3rd, 2008 • Filed under: Browsers, Open-Source

After downloading Google Chrome the installation starts from here;

Transform Web apps into Desktop apps with the Prism extension for Firefox

By • Mar 12th, 2008 • Filed under: Firefox, Open-Source

Mozilla has released an updated version of prism, the stripped down web launcher. Prism is practically a naked version of Firefox, with no plugins, themes; nothing. With Prism you can launch web applications like Picassa, Facebook or Twitter and websites independently –- just like any desktop application. Whats new; Even though the installation of Prism […]

Prism – the Web App Launcher

By • Dec 10th, 2007 • Filed under: Linux Packages, Linux Tips and Tricks

The web application formerly known as Webrunner, now Prism is available as a prototype for download. The Prism prototype provides a cross-platform way to integrate Web applications with the desktop environment by making it possible to launch them as a separate process. Each of your favourite web applications or web site could have a launcher […]