NetFront Ported to BREW, Extended to UI
Jun 10, 2004, 11:12 AM by (staff)
Access this week announced two significant new products in its NetFront family of mobile browser software. NetFront 3.0 for BREW is a full-featured WAP and web browser for BREW-capable phones. NetFront 3.0 supports WML, cHTML and WAP 2.0, and also HTML, with Smart-Fit Rendering™ that intelligently renders full web pages to fit handset screen widths. The second new product is NetFront Dynamic Menu, which allows a phone's home screen, menus, and integrated applications to be dynamically updated over-the-air (OTA), and rendered using standards such as HTML, ECMAScript, CSS, SMIL, and SVG.
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