Aule Browsers

Each Aule Browser is built to use the MIT Curl Runtime Engine, also called the Surge® RTE now owned by SCSK.

Here you can visit an Aule Page or try a visit to Evernote in an Aule Browser.

Or try an Aule Browser for Wikipedia
Aule Browsers can also be set in locked-down mode for compliance with the rules of your business.

Custom browsers can be configured with even more restricted internet access such as preventing copy‑and‑paste and with progressive loss of features for non-compliance with guidelines.

Each Aule Browser is just your Internet Explorer or Firefox browser engine wrapped in the Curl programming language and running on the Curl RTE (Curl Runtime Engine). The browser is built on a mature, secure runtime using familiar components. A browser configured to meet your needs sometimes can be ready in a matter of minutes.

For other Curl examples and demos, click here; Curl as philosophy markup; Curl as literature markup; Curl for Kanji study and review (Henshall, Heisig, Tuttle, Kanjidic2, JMDict, Edict2, jōyō, JLPT ); Curl for security passphrase mnemonics.

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Last updated: 2012-11-09

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