First BeZilla Screenshot!

Thursday January 14th, 1999

The first screenshot of Mozilla for the BeOS is available at the BeZilla website, courtesy of Yannik Koehler.

#1 Re:First aMozilla Screenshot!

by incubus

Thursday January 14th, 1999 2:10 PM

Why not put it on the ScreenShots page

#2 Unimpressive

by Ibid

Thursday January 14th, 1999 6:26 PM

Uh, that's like a blank window with text-labelled forward and back buttons, and a URL way at the bottom. I know everyone has to start somewhere, but don't you usally wait for a useful milestone, like vaguely rendering an actual web page, before posting a screenshot?

What's there now looks like it could have been coded in 10 minutes.

#3 Re:First BeZilla Screenshot!

by mozineAdmin

Thursday January 14th, 1999 6:51 PM


There's a lot more underneath than just throwing a window up on a screen. There's a ton of code in place, and getting it all to compile and bring up a window is _a good thing_, and a major accomplishment. Even though the screenshot may not look like much, as they said on the webpage, it will start coming together quickly now, and I can imagine we'll have more screenshots coming over the next few weeks as more of the code is enabled.

Mozilla ported successfully to yet _another_ OS by third-party coders is a positive step for Mozilla, and I look forward to seeing the continuing progress of BeZilla.

#4 Re:First BeZilla Screenshot!

by sdm

Thursday January 14th, 1999 9:02 PM


Why isn't this stuff checked into cvs?


by incubus

Thursday January 14th, 1999 9:10 PM

never ever start with the FE all the real chalenges are with the BackEnd. Besides why have a FE allready when so many fetures are yet to be implemented. chrome and the like. but chrome is probbly only for the Win32 people.

#6 Re:First BeZilla Screenshot!

by heha97ad

Friday January 15th, 1999 4:09 PM

why shoudl the chrome stuff be win32 only ?


by Mats Andtbacka

Friday January 15th, 1999 6:59 PM

some sort of frontend should be among the *first* things. having something that runs and produces output keeps developers motivated. in a free software project, that matters more than it otherwise might.

#8 Re:First BeZilla Screenshot!

by Wesley Felter

Saturday January 16th, 1999 3:56 PM

Actually, the BeZilla folks didn't do the FE first; they've already got the back-end stuff working.