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Microsoft Live Labs Deepfish

Microsoft Live Labs
Deepfish
Microsoft Live Labs Deepfish logo.
Developer(s) Microsoft
Discontinued Beta / September 30, 2008 (2008-09-30)
Preview release Beta / March 29, 2007 (2007-03-29)
Development status DOA
Operating system Windows Mobile
Type Mobile browser

Deepfish was an experimental browsing software system for Windows Mobile devices that used a zooming user interface, being developed at Microsoft Live Labs. It aimed to provide a consistent browsing experience on desktops and mobile devices, to display content on the small mobile displays in the same layout as larger displays, and to avoid the need to recode the web-page for small displays.

When a page was opened, it appeared zoomed-out and shrunk, and formatted as would be in a desktop browser. The user could zoom into the certain areas of the page by using a selection rectangle, and pan the zoomed-in page.

Deepfish consisted of a light-weight browser client powered by a server backend which does most of the processing. The server streams only the data that is visible at any moment, which improves load times and responsiveness.

The browser was available for preview until a limited number of reviewers had participated.

Deepfish was retired on 30 September 2008 while important features including JavaScript, AJAX, cookies, ActiveX controls and HTTP POST were not implemented.[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Deepfish: Hello, I Must Be Going". Microsoft Live Labs blog. 18 August 2008. 

External links

  • Larsen, Larry (28 May 2007). "First Look: New mobile web browser — DeepFish". Microsoft Communities: Channel 10: Blogs. Retrieved 10 December 2009. 
  • Cooper, Sean (29 March 2007). "Microsoft releases "DeepFish" web browser for mobile devices". Engadget. Retrieved 10 December 2009. 
  • White, Charlie (22 December 2006). "DeepFish Browser for WinMo: Good Think finally comes in small Package?". GIZMODO. Retrieved 10 December 2009. 


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