|Operating System:||Windows 7 / Windows 7 64 / Windows 8 / Windows 8 64 / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64|
|Version:||Beaker Browser 0.8.8|
|Licence / Price:||Free|
|Total Downloads:||260 Views|
New web browsers don’t really make the news too much. But when a new innovative browser comes out, it usually stays ahead of the competition by raising the bar.
Did a web browser ever capture your attention or get you interested in it? If so, keep on reading because you might like the Beaker Browser and what it can do for you.
This browser is unique because it can create websites and host them. It is a peer-to-peer browser that is decentralized and includes all the proper tools and features for getting started. There are no 3rd party components needed here either.
A couple of clicks is all it takes to share files and host websites with this app.
The two key components of Beaker are its decentralized P2P network (Dat) and its Chromium engine. Dat contains cryptography technology which lets the browser securely share and host projects without paying anything.
Basically, the browser allows you to create JS, CSS, and/or HTML websites. You can also add new files and use special URLs to share them. You can still browse the internet as normal.
Web APIs are available by the browser. They let you view, read, and write Dat archives from inside of one website. You can also do this with web apps if they won’t need remote services.
When you begin using the web browser, you’ll notice the most impressive tools are hidden from the user interface. Look at the hamburger-style menu of the browser to find these tools and access them. In the main window, just look to the upper left, and you’ll find this section.
Create or Browse Websites
In the beginning, choose the option “New Site” and enter all relevant information. Use the Library section to access your websites and publish files to them.
The tool does a good job of sharing files. Just give the recipient of the files a bespoke URL for downloading them onto their computer. Other features include markdown rendering, live reloading, and forking a website.