703, 2016

DocuVieware 2.0 : The Force Awakens

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Hi folks, Long time, no talk. But some few days ago we've released the annual new major-versions of GdPicture.NET and DocuVieware: GdPicture.NET is now at version 12 while 'junior' DocuVieware turned to version 2.0. Want to take a look? To start with, our universal HTML5 [...]

1707, 2015

Browsers (3)

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Hi folks, After the very short history of browsers we have presented you in the past 2 "episodes", today we are going to give you some light tech insights, as promised. Just so you can better understand why a plain modern browser is all you [...]

2205, 2015

Browsers (2)

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Hi folks, In our previous article we were telling you that the history of browsers is more like a Game of Thrones and that “the Starks” (ie, the Mosaic/Netscape team) were massacred by the House of Microsoft at the Netscape Castle which ended-up by being sold to AOL. So today we will resume our short story from there and start by telling you that the “Starks” had to flee the castle, of course. But they re-assembled under the Mozilla Fortification. […]

2404, 2015

Browsers (1)

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Hi folks, After 3 articles on DocuVieware (this one, this one and this one) you probably know by now that one (and clearly not the only) cool thing about it is that client-side has just one single requirement to provide users with state-of-the-art image/documents viewing, processing and managing: a browser. So we thought maybe it’s a good idea to tell you a thing or two about browsers. During researches made for this article, we found many insipid or inaccurate articles enjoying however lots of views, comments and ‘FB likes’ while a few others, not only interesting but also really funny (like this biblical one) having, helas!, apparently less popularity. And knowing our readers are smarter, we did our best in putting together some interesting facts in a more distilled approach. […]