Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:You don't need Java EE. A web browser runs on the client side. You do need Java SE. (Or another language, but you know Java so it is fine.)
You will need a lot of time . And design/usability skills to make a good web browser. Regardless, you'll learn a lot while starting to acquire these skills.
Thank you Jeanne.
I have lot of time (not in hurry) and a fresh idea too
A number of random thoughts...
- You can certainly create a new browser for your own use in Java. However requiring installation of Java for a new publicly-available browser would limit its desirability.
- Instead of starting from nothing, you might consider downloading the source code for an existing browser and implementing your changes on top of that. Just google "firefox source code".
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