Midori (web browser)

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Midori
Midori.svg
Midori on Peppermint OS 3.png
Midori on Peppermint OS 3
Developer(s) Christian Dywan et al.
Initial release December 16, 2007 (2007-12-16)[1]
Stable release 0.5.8 (April 3, 2014; 3 months ago (2014-04-03)) [±][2][3]
Preview release none (n/a) [±]
Development status Active
Written in Vala, C
Operating system Cross-platform
Available in About 30 languages
Type Web browser
License LGPL v2.1+
Website midori-browser.org

Midori (?, Japanese for green) is a lightweight[4][5] and fast [6][7] web browser. It uses the WebKit rendering engine[4] and the GTK+ 2 or GTK+ 3 interface. Midori is part of the Xfce desktop environment's Goodies component.[8] It is the default browser in elementary OS,[8] the SliTaz Linux distribution[9] and the Bodhi Linux distribution[10] as well as Trisquel Mini, and SystemRescueCD. It was also used by wattOS in its R5 release.[11]

Features[edit]

Inclusion in OS distributions[edit]

Linux[edit]

Midori is part of the standard Raspbian distribution for the Raspberry Pi ARMv6-based computer. While Dillo and NetSurf are also in the menu, Midori also features as a desktop link. Midori is also packaged with elementary OS and Bodhi Linux as their default web browser.

Standard Compliance[edit]

Acid3 Test[edit]

Midori 0.5.7 passing the Acid3 test.

Midori passes the Acid3 test.[6][18]

HTML5 score[edit]

In March 2014, Midori has been reported as scoring "reasonable 405/500" on the HTML5test

Midori - HTML5 Score

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