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rendering engine

Software that forms the text and images for display and printing. Today, the term often refers to software engines that render HTML pages (Web pages). See browser rendering engine.
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The Bsquare HTML5 rendering engine is a robust HTML5 and JavaScript environment that allows OEMs developing with Windows embedded compact platforms to deliver rich HTML5-based user experiences, streamline development and future-proof their devices.
Considering Firefox's engine consumes less memory and performs the best on FTP sites, it can be set as the default rendering engine for web surfing on your laptop.
Software house Lunascape Inc today announced the latest version of its browser, Lunascape 6 ORION, adding support for add-ons for all three supported rendering engines.
A rendering engine is a collection of code that translates the text-based HTML and Javascript instructions into signals used to correctly display a Web page that could include photos, graphic decorations, video, and text.
The rendering engine is claimed to enable Mac users to view all of the pages available on the net.
eruptionST is a 3D rendering engine that dramatically improves the speed of image processing and enhances the power of expression.
CompSci's XBRL rendering engine is able to upload any taxonomy instantly, including the IFRS, US GAAP, COREP, and FINREP taxonomies, as well as any other XBRL 2.
TOKYO -- HI CORPORATION (Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan; President and CEO: Kazuo Kawabata)(JASDAQ:3846)(ISIN:JP3160860007) announced today that HI's 3D rendering engine "MascotCapsule(R) eruption" has been adopted by SQUARE ENIX CO.
The After Effects Rendering Engine is a cost-effective way for the After Effects 2.
TOKYO -- HI CORPORATION (JASDAQ:3846)(ISIN:JP3160860007)(Headquarters: Meguro-ku, Tokyo; President and CEO: Kazuo Kawabata hereinafter "HI"),today announced that its high-performance 3D rendering engine MascotCapsule eruption supports the smart phone iPhone(TM) and the portable media player iPod[R] touch produced by Apple Inc (hereinahter "Apple").