Browlser is a "browser" for "OWL", the Web Ontology Language of the semantic web.
Browlser loads an ontology from an XML file and looks inside it for a
SWRL rule to tell Browlser how to display it. SWRL is the Semantic Web Rules Language
that basically turns the semantic web into a global database query
Browlser uses Yield
by your browser, such as Firefox 3.0.
Try these different views:
Browlser was partly inspired by the availability of Glendon Holst's JScriptLog,
which allowed a rules language to run natively in the browser.
See the Browlser
Project Page on
to get the source and check the status of the project.
Here is a screenshot of the calendar. Remember that Browlser
itself doesn't know anything about calendars. The rules for formatting
and navigating a calendar are all loaded as rules from the same file as
the calendar events.