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Raj Kumar Goel Institute Of Technology Ghaziabad

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

SYNOPSIS ON Working of a Web Browser
(FINAL YEAR PROJECT)

Facilitated By:Ms.Priya

Submitted by:Dhananjay Kumar Jatin Gupta Kuldeep Singh

Although browsers are primarily intended to access the World Wide Web.[1] Hyperlinks present in resources enable users to easily navigate their browsers to related resources. image. Some browsers can be also used to save information resources to file systems. presenting. they can also be used to access information provided by Web servers in private networks or files in file systems. An information resource is identified by a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) and may be a web page. or other piece of content.OBJECTIVE STATEMENT A web browser or Internet browser is a software application for retrieving. and traversing information resources on the World Wide Web. . video.

PNG and GIF. and other information typically located on a Web page at a website on the World Wide Web or a local area network.used to indicate a secure HTTP connection). and https: for HTTPS (an SSL encrypted version of HTTP. and Netscape. rtsp: for RTSP (real-time streaming protocol. Many browsers also support a variety of other protocols. images. A web page is written in a coded form in HTML.A protocol for use in streaming media systems). animations. HTTP allows Web browsers to submit information to Web servers as well as fetch Web pages from them. PHP and other languages. video. Like most of people. Here in this project we are developing such a browser which can perform all above functions in an efficient and accurate way. Safari. sound. or to make them accessible through the Web page. you might have used one or two web browsers. and streaming media into a Web page. such as ftp: for FTP (file transfer protocol). Opera. Structure of a web page is actually not the way it is displayed in a Web browser. Other web browsers are Mozilla Firefox. Because of inherent differences in browsers the displayed page might appear slightly different in different browsers. The combination of HTTP content type and URL protocol specification allows Web page designers to embed images. the Web browser also supports various image formats like JPEG. beginning with http: for HTTP access. Web pages are located by means of a URL (uniform resource locator) which is treated as an address.PROJECT DEFINITION Web browser interacts with text. But there are many of them available. In addition to HTML. Web browser gets this information and formats into the display which we usually see when we visit a webpage. Internet Explorer is the most common browser used by most of the people. PHP or any other language. Web browsers communicate with Web servers primarily using HTTP (hypertext transfer protocol) to fetch webpages. .

TECHNOLOGY USED OPERATING SYSTEM:. Jcreator.MS WORD.7 . Netbeans 6.MS WINDOWS XP LANGUAGE USED:.JAVA CORE & JAVA ADVANCED SOFTWARE USED:.

like the World Wide Web are not static. the browser wares are history. and innovation has moved to other fronts. But we. therefore. news feeds and sharing of music files. The message is that the Web browser is not designed for applications. but dynamic and whether we realize it or not are in a continuing stage of education and reeducation. which in the long run will determine our browser preference or reasons to make or not make a change to compliant HTML creations. but not change just for the sake of change. that the role of the browser is being pared back to the essential but none too exciting function of reading HTML code.Future Enhancement Education and persuasion based on personal experiences are perhaps the tools. So let us keep an open mind and give support to change. Today. The question for the browser then becomes what form it will take as the Internet is used increasingly for functions that go beyond simply reading Web pages. . with the development of applications specialized for Internet tasks ranging from Extensible Markup Language (XML). It is not surprising. It will likely remain the all-purpose workhorse for viewing Web content for the foreseeable future. None of this means that the browser will disappear anytime soon. rather for its core duty to read and display documents.

XSLT to transform date in to an XMLlanguage into another. The bottom line is there are times to go to standards.l standards. in part because of the job market conditions and dwindling development money. Browsers must be written to gracefully work around our errors. dabble with XML. that XHTML is an XML compatible version of HTML and leverage in the near future: SWG-scalable vector graphics. . developers and site owners could not afford to implement multiple versions of every web page in order to accommodate incompatible browsers. Lack of uniform support for W3C standards left consumers frustrated: when using the "wrong" browser. for these XML technologies have been built around interoperability. At the same time. Future proofing of web sites is a often heard when mentioning W3C standards and while this concept holds promise. so we personally will hold to the HTML 4. while delivering sites that are accessible to more people and more types of Internet devices. because the development and wide acceptance of common reference architecture is crucial to the success of the web. when money and the economy were in full swing. MathML-to manipulate mathematical equations. but keep them properly defined and only step outside those bounds with very good reasons. know that strict HTML and CSS paves the way to XML. and there is not guarantee that it will work later. the real world has not yet kept up with the promise.SCOPE Designing and building with standards simplifies and lowers the cost of production. which fueled the current mentality of not continuing practices of the past. many could not view content or perform desired transactions. Webmasters and Webmisteresses who saw the benefits became increasing in number.

JavaPerformanceTuning.org/ • The complete reference J2EE :-Herbert Schildt .borland.org/jbb2000 • http://www.REFERENCES • www.com • http://xml.spec.com • http://www.apache.