Server-Side Browser

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  1. Sabrewulf

    Sabrewulf New Member

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    I was wondering the other day and was thinking of taking on a task of making a Server-Side browser. Just something that would be neato to do. A while back i had seen something almost like it. I think it was writtin in php. I was almost thinkging of maybe writing on in php, but i could also do it in java. Im just curious of what you guys think of would be the best way to take this on. Im up for any suggestions/comments/snippets of code anyone has to offer.

    Aj :bigthumb:
     
  2. CrackaLackaZe

    CrackaLackaZe New Member

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    what do you mean by server side browser? what would it do?
     
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    zanyspy_dude King of teh n00bz

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    agreed, i don't see how/why the server would process the html.
     
  4. Sabrewulf

    Sabrewulf New Member

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    hxxp://aaron.xcellmediagroup.com/phpbrowser

    That is what i mean. I happened to stuble across one that someone had started. I've been messing with it.
     
  5. SLED

    SLED build an idiot proof device and someone else will

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    what would you use it for besides a sudo proxy?
     
  6. kingtoad

    kingtoad OT Supporter

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    I see absolutely no point in a server-side browser except what Sled said, a psuedo-proxy.
     

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