In ancient times, the human link with the information available on the internet is through internet explorer (the real meaning) or also called internet browser. At that time one browser window can only display one command, before executing the next command. For example, you can open digressingme.cool, do not expect at the same time you can also open movies.digressingme.cool. You should open two internet browsers to view both at the same time. Or sometimes even use two computers for ease the task of cheating. And that opens our subject: the history of the internet browsers.
Tab Browsing Invented
For that reason, a system called Tab Browsing was being developed. Yes, as you see in Chrome, Firefox, Pale Moon, Safari and many more.
You must try Pale Moon if you have not tested for its speed.
With tabbed browsing, we can open more than one web page at a time. If the tab digressingme.cool is not responding, the movies.digressingme.cool tab will still work as it should. That’s because the browser keeps the error on the not responding tab only. Chrome does the development of the tabbed browsing through the famous Chromium project and makes it a non-open source package. Chromium itself still an open source project.
If anyone shows a cynical attitude by saying that they never felt that the browser could run the app, chances are they never played a game on Facebook and never used a matchmaking app. Or do not even know what a Chromebook is.
Progressive Web App
Now is the progressive web app time. The web browser will run a page that works with the progressive web app so that users will experience the experience of using an app. Chrome has started turning off its support for the regular web to enter the store as an app. This is so that developers will be more focused on making the progressive web app. Luckily I made it before this rule came out, and you can make one too.
This Google rule gets a lot of criticism, but I think personally, that’s a good thing. Because I am getting sick of installing something that is categorized application but apparently just a bookmark to the website instead. And not infrequently the website installer came with a misleading description.
But having a fast internet browser would not be nice if we had to switch applications first to perform a task. That’s when extensions take part. Extensions is a “plugin” that allows the internet browser (and you) to perform a task. For example, play videos, translate, fix grammar, check AdSense and even trivia like Weather. Getting bored with the look of your browser? The theme extensions will make your internet browser look fresh again.
Things are changing. Previously people were relying on various apps for a specific task of what a desktop app can do. Now people are starting to get back to a desktop app by using it through the cloud. Thanks to the high-speed internet access. The demand for progressive web app development must be balanced with a fast browser. If not, it’s useless, right?
Software developers greet this phenomenon. Because the number of piracy will drop drastically with this system. This software does not need to be traded anymore but is subject to rental rates, to pay for cloud storage and use of the app itself. Adobe is one of the big companies that are aware of this with Creative Cloud. Moreover, in this way, the web app can get additional results from advertisers. Awesome!
And that concludes the History of The Internet Browsers.