Thursday, May 31, 2007

» What Google Gears means for Rich Internet Applications and Apollo | The Universal Desktop | ZDNet.com

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Some big news today that Google is announcing an open source project called “Google Gears” which is an open source collaboration between Google, Adobe, Mozilla, and Opera that enables offline web applications in the browser. It seems very similar to the announcement that Mozilla made about the offline features in Firefox 3 and will be a huge benefit for browser applications everywhere (including those being developed in Flash).

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