NetJaxer

NetJaxer is a free and easy
way to integrate a users favorite Web 2.0 apps like Gmail, TadaList, Digg, Writely, Kiko, iOutliner, Meebo, financial sites, and other Ajax based web
programs right into Windows. They can create desktop, tray, and quick launch
icons. These applications can easily be used with our custom browser.

NetJaxer is a free program for use with Windows 98/ME/2000/XP. You can listen to the audio interview by clicking on the Podcast options in box in the upper right hand corner of our press release.

6 Responses to NetJaxer
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  3. Amit Tyagi
    March 27, 2006 | 10:15 am

    also checkout this http://whatyouwant.in , AJAX based information sharing website.

  4. Schmurfy
    March 21, 2006 | 7:48 am

    too bad it uses internet explorer as its rendering engine, aside from that it doesn’t take a lot of ressources and works well. I may give it another try when it becomes really useable, I only ran it 5minutes and i crashed a browser window and the main window (no focus and buttons not clickable)

  5. Datrio
    March 21, 2006 | 4:34 am

    And well, it’s Internet Explorer based. Would building a Gecko engine in the app would be so hard?

  6. Chris
    March 20, 2006 | 8:12 pm

    Would love to have see this software work… had high hopes! However, it crashes frequently and has window focus problems (i.e. could drag window, but it appeared as a window without focus and buttons could not be pressed). I was able to configure Gmail and have it load initially, only to have the Gmail links be un-clickable. Un-installed, re-installed and got the same thing. Hope they keep working on it… it has promise!