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Introducing: Ninja Browser

Well, with all of the hoopla surrounding Safari for Windows, I thought I'd make my own contribution to the browser wars: Ninja Browser.  I call it "Ninja Browser" because you can code it so fast, you'll feel like a XAML ninja afterwards!  Below is the entire XAML source for the browser:

Just type in a URL in the text box and hit tab!  You can't get a more streamlined user interface than that.

NOTE:  The WPF Frame control actually uses IE to render html content, so you can use this anywhere you need that functionality in your WPF applications :)

WARNING:  The "Ninja Browser" is also known for its incredible ability to crash very quickly.  If you want to try it out, just type an invalid URL.

Posted 06-19-2007 4:25 PM by Rob Eisenberg
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