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HBrowser, a smart XML browser ...

At first glance, HBrowser behaves like an any internet navigator : it is a light client supporting XML tags and javascript code. When looking more carefully at HBrowser, unlike internet navigators, it exchanges only customer data with servers, not displaying descriptions. Moreover, it can store data contexts available independantly of the current display screen and it can simultaneously manage several synchronous and asynchronous connections.

... that integrates web services without modifying existing servers,

As explained, HBrowser requests data from different servers, stores them locally and displays them. This means that you do not necessarily need to integrate services in a middleware, but that you do it at HBrowser level : this greatly simplifies the integration of beast of breads web services and communication services.

... so it reduces server load and coding

At runtime, HBrowser requests web services i.e. the minimum set of data needed. Its side effects are network and server loads reduction and a code reduction at server level : no code is written for displaying data which significantly improves server uptime.

Low deployment costs

HBrowser does not need recompilation and deployment tools at each release of your applications : when a new version is published on a web server, HBrowser downloads all display forms from it when launching the application and stores them in cache.

An open HBrowser, independant of HServer

Choosing HBrowser does not mean to be bound with HServer : you can run HBrowser without HServer and integrate your own web services as long as they support main web standards (HTTP/HTTPS, XML-RPC, SOAP or J2EE).

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