WebPilot Embedded Web Browser v8.1

Source: Unicoi Systems
Unicoi Systems recently announced the release of version 8.1 of its WebPilot embedded web browser

Unicoi Systems, a provider of real-time multimedia software and reference designs to embedded device developers and OEMs worldwide, recently announced the release of version 8.1 of its WebPilot embedded web browser. This latest release represents a major upgrade for Unicoi's web browser, a key component of Unicoi Systems' Fusion™ suite of fully integrated, embedded software.

Unicoi Systems says that WebPilot v8.1 is a fully functional embedded web browser, with a very small footprint and minimal memory requirements. Unicoi Systems' WebPilot, which includes a graphical user interface (GUI) toolkit, is believed to offer an impressive array of features and functionality that deliver remarkable performance and a striking user experience. In addition to significant improvements in speed and enhanced integration between JavaScript, DOM and CSS, the WebPilot embedded web browser v8.1 includes the following features:

Web Content and GUI Authoring Formats Language Support
CSS1, CSS2 and CSS TV English (Unicode, ASCII, UTF and ISO)
DOM2Chinese, Japanese and Korean (Unicode, ISO and EU)
HTML Tables and HTML Frames Navigational Methods
HTTP 1.0, 1.1 Mouse or touchpads
HTTP Keep-Alive Arrow navigation
I-Frames -
optional JavaScript v1.5 support Optional, Fully Integrated Networking Software
optional SSLv3 and TLSv1 security support, including SSL Session Resumption TCP/IPv4/IPv6 dual-mode stack
Usability Features NAT
Bookmarks POP3
Cookies PPPoE
History PPP
Cache management RIP
Image Formats RTSP
GIF and GIF89a (animated GIF) SIP
BMP (non-compressed) support -

Like the entire suite of Unicoi's Fusion software, the WebPilot embedded web browser has a small footprint, is portable across all platforms, and is operating system independent. The WebPilot browser's GUI toolkit offers touch screen support and video resolution that spans from 1-bit monochrome to 32-bit true color.

SOURCE: Unicoi Systems