How can you make a web browser in Python in Windows 10 64 bit?
That’s a tall order. Why would you want to do such a thing?
If you want this to be a desktop browser, you’ll need to pick a GUI library/framework first. Here’s a list to choose from. I don’t know which one works best or is easiest to learn.
This is an abbreviation of a summary of an idea. A web browser could be something as simple as Lynx or complicated as Firefox, so get an idea of what you want this thing to do and how well you want to make it before writing your first line of code.
I wanna make a program that give you internet like a google net give you.
Do you have any programming experience? How much of the curriculum have you done?
Wow man chill it was just a question.
@PortableStick is just trying to understand what level of background you have in order to provide you the most relevant answer to your question.
It wasn’t an attack, I was just curious where you are in your programming journey. You’ve asked about a few very complicated topics on the forums, and that’s totally cool, but the first step is always to master the basics.
We’re chill, just a little shocked.
It would be like saying, “I want to build a rocket ship. How do I do it?”
You’re asking a very complicated question and it sounds like you don’t quite understand what is involved. Portable gave a very detailed answer. He was also trying to understand how much you know to better help you.
It sounds like an interesting problem, but of course you’re never going to be able to compete with standard browsers. And (to the best of my knowledge) most browsers are written in lighter and faster languages like C and C++. I’m user it could be done in Python, but it is not going to be a great browser, IMHO.
I want to make a web browser as well. Could you guide me in doing so in C language?
Hate to be this guy, but if you don’t know how to find this information yourself then you aren’t ready to make a web browser.