NOTE: Names "Oridea Nex" and
"Nex Web-browser" means the same.
Nex is a Web-browser with following feutures:
Hypertext user interface - any element of
Nex is implemented in HTUI, including
toolbar and statusbar.
Polylingual - Nex can be translated on
any language by the LanguageSet technology.
Standard Nex distributive contains English and
Favorites system - Nex contains its own
favorites system, where all of the favorites are stored in the
Oridea Configuration Storage. It also
supports import from your Internet Explorer
Search system - provides to you a way to easy
search the Web using several Web-search engines like
Google, MSN Search, etc.
Customization - due to using HTML and CSS
possibilities in the hypertext user interface, Nex is fully customizable,
all of its components (including sidebars, toolbar, statusbar, etc.)
uses templates, which can be easily edited. In addition to
possibility of template editing, you can go to the
page under the Nex to customize theme colors.
Oridea API support - Nex is an executable
part of Oridea Platform, and, for this moment, Oridea applications
can be executed only in Nex environment.
Integrated since 0.2.0.4700 (A2) version
Hyperpad notes journal, provides to you
a way to write and view notes locally.
XML configuration - all configuration that Nex (or Oridea) creates is
stored in XML format. This means, that Nex does not
save any data in your Windows Registry and
you probably can use one Nex instance across any OS. For example, if
you have two different versions of Windows and your usernames in first OS
and in the second OS are equal, you can use one copy of Nex on both of
this systems. NOTE:
Currently, Nex is available only for
Windows OS, because it uses Microsoft
Internet Explorer HTML rendering engine. We are working
on porting it on Gecko (Mozilla rendering engine), but this is very hard
for us due to several limitations of Gecko.