Web browser made with PyQt5
UniqueOstrich18 (242)

This is a web browser made in Python using PyQt5. This was originally made in Python 2.7 but that would not work in repl.it. So after converting the whole thing into Python 3 and fixing some bugs, I got it working. More info about the project is available below. Click the rectangle on the top of the window to fullscreen the browser.

Features:

  • Multiple tabs
  • Forward/backwards buttons
  • Download manager (sort of)
  • Bookmarks bar
  • Adjustable zoom
  • Support for cookies
  • Chromium based browser engine

Limitations:

  • Not that many features
  • Buggy
  • New tab page can cause the repl to run out of memory (not my fault, just the repl not having enough ram)

Screenshots:

PS: Thanks to the creator of the Skye New tab chrome extention. (https://github.com/BenAndy/SkyeNewTab)

Also, you know whats annoying? When you spend weeks on a project and you don't get any recognition but someone puts zero effort into something and gets tons of upvotes.

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Nathankang77 (17)

its so nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Nathankang77 (17)

@UniqueOstrich18 well srry about it i didnt know.

UniqueOstrich18 (242)

@Nathankang77 Also can you upvote this post?

Nathankang77 (17)

@UniqueOstrich18 uh how (srry i just started it is my second day here)

Nathankang77 (17)

@Nathankang77 and why did u ask im just curios

kbadrinath_tcsp (200)

People like cycles, (the number in parantheses at the end of your name). @Nathankang77
To give someone cycles you upvote their projects. There have already been posts about not directly asking. @UniqueOstrich18
Still, however, I really do wonder how really good posts like this only get 7 upvotes, but some random 25 line post that is just a huge if else block gets 42. It really is annoying. @UniqueOstrich18

UniqueOstrich18 (242)

@kbadrinath_tcsp Yea it is annoying when your post that you put tons of effort into doesn't get much attention. I made a WEB BROWSER and someone who made a simple guessing game gets 5 times the upvotes.

kbadrinath_tcsp (200)

I mean it all really comes down to skill cap. If someone says they're new to coding, and their project is ok(in a decent coder's eyes), they'll get more upvotes than someone who is consistently producing good projects. (This is of course, a one time thing, but still they tend to net more upvotes than this type of user.) @UniqueOstrich18