Definitions

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  • adj. Without a web browser.

Etymologies

browser +‎ -less (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • A browserless Windows once was the Nirvana of Microsoft foes.

    The EU's 'Nationalization by Regulation'

  • Qube v2 "centers around the concept of browserless search, blending third generation websearch capabilities with user collaboration, progressive advertising & social networking."

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • The browserless rich media technology will be available for Android phones this year, with other platforms to follow

    ZDNet UK Highlights

  • Twitter fixes oAuth for desktop and mobile with browserless xAuth extension the x_auth headers that it uses.

    aralbalkan.com

  • Sneak peek at Twitter's browserless OAuth credentials exchange method Apple To Let Push-Button Based Location Sharing Feature On iPhone? iPhone to get location based social networking and video calling Patent hints at location-based social networking, appOmator makes …

    Techmeme

  • Sneak peek at Twitter's browserless OAuth credentials exchange method Apple To Let Push-Button Based Location Sharing Feature On iPhone? iPhone to get location based social networking and video calling

    Techmeme

  • Also up and coming are a browserless relative of Flash from Adobe called AIR and a Flash rival from Microsoft called Silverlight.

    ZDNet UK Highlights

  • LONDON -- mmO2, using the browserless Mobile Web Services Platform from US-based Action Engine, has launched the AA Roadwatch and Route Planner services in the UK as part of its myO2 services on the XDA Pocket PC Phone.

    m-Travel.com and Travel Distribution News

  • While OEMs could always pre-install a browser, anyone who wanted to install (or reinstall) a browserless version of Windows from scratch would need to jump through hoops just to get online.

    Libertarian Blog Place

  • I'd like to use the YUI test framework (JavaScript) in a browserless environment, as an Ant task, with test output directed to stdout / stderr.

    LinuxQuestions.org

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