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datadiode browser 0.12.1-gc225db5

Open Source
Endorphin is a cross platform web browser built using Qt and WebKit.
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Description

Endorphin is a cross platform web browser built using Qt and WebKit.

This is a fork of the Endorphin browser, which Aaron Dewes created as a fork of the Arora browser.
WARNING

This project does not deliver a secure browser which is safe for browsing the internet.
Read Stop Using QtWebKit, and know your responsibilities when deploying to production.

Installation Instructions

Steps to deploy Endorphin Browser to a SIMATIC Comfort V2 or Mobile panel:

Download and unpack the .7z archive to a folder on your engineering PC.
Run the included piimake.bat as administrator.
Click the button labelled Create ProSave Addon.
Start ProSave.
Select device type, then switch to Options page.
Find Endorphin Browser listed among available options.
Remaining steps are as usual.

WARNING
This project does not deliver a secure browser which is safe for browsing the internet.
Read Stop Using QtWebKit, and know your responsibilities when deploying to production.

Tags

Open Sourceweb browser

   
License Open Source
The program is open source, free and the source code is available on-line.
   
Website https://github.com/datadiode
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We believe this app can be obtained directly from its developer!
   
Popularity 1970
Total Downloads  2
   
Submitted By torch
Submitted On 20 January 2023

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