Talk about a blast from the past — Alexander Clauss has released a major new version of iCab:
iCab 4.0 is completely rewritten and is now based on Cocoa instead of Carbon. It is much faster than iCab 3 has a polished user interface and also some new features.
I’m pretty sure iCab is now using WebKit as its rendering engine. Previously, iCab used its own rendering engine, which, way back in the day — as in prior-to-IE-5-for-Mac back in the day — was my favorite rendering engine for the Mac. Check out the readme file for full details regarding some of iCab’s nifty new features.
(Via Michael Tsai.)
★ Wednesday, 2 January 2008