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MathML capable browser

From: Robert Miner <rminer@geomtech.com>
Date: Wed, 9 Dec 1998 16:43:03 -0600
Message-Id: <199812092243.QAA02347@wisdom.geomtech.com>
To: www-math@w3.org

Hello everyone.

I thought people might be interested in checking out the e-Lite
browser from ICESoft AS.  E-Lite is an ultra lightweight Java web
browser with native MathML support.  You can download it at


It is a commercial product ($30) but you can try it free of charge for
30 days.

E-Lite uses built-in WebEQ technology to render embedded MathML
fragments, delimited by <math> ... </math> tags.   At this point,
E-Lite is using WebEQ 2.2, so it is not quite full MathML
compatibility, and there are still alignment problems, etc.

However, you can expect much improved MathML rendering soon, as WebEQ
2.3 is integrated in to E-Lite.

ICESoft just won an award at JavaWorld for their browser component
(their main business is licensing Java browser component technology).
You can read more about it at



Robert Miner                          http://www.webeq.com
Geometry Technologies, Inc.           email: rminer@geomtech.com
                                      phone: 651-223-2884
Received on Wednesday, 9 December 1998 17:41:12 UTC

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