Wexond is an extensible web browser with a totally different user experience, built on top of
- Built-in ad-block Browse the web without any ads.
- Beautiful and minimalistic UI The tabs and address bar are located in the same toolbar to take less space.
- Tab groups Easily group tabs to tab groups and access them very fast.
- Expanded new tab page Have all information such as news, weather or currency in only one page!
- Partial support for Chrome extensions Install some extensions from Chrome Web Store (see https://github.com/wexond/wexond/issues/110)
Advanced tabs system
Support for theme-color
Overlay with everything you need
All binaries are located in the Releases page.
We still have a lot of things to do, to make Wexond better and better. This is just a beginning. So to improve our web browser we have created a roadmap so that you can see the next features and improvements.
We really appreciate any changes and improvements, so feel free to open pull requests! If you have found any issues, please report them. This would really help us making the browser even better!
If you want to develop Wexond, you will need to run some commands, but don't worry, we will explain you everything. Please make sure you have installed
Node.js. Also, we assume you have cloned the repository.
First, you will need to install all needed dependencies to run and build Wexond by typing this simple command:
$ npm install
If you have installed all dependencies successfully, just type
$ npm run dev
This will run Wexond in development mode.
$ npm run <command>
||Bundles Wexond's source in production mode.|
||Compiles Wexond binaries for Windows.|
||Compiles Wexond binaries for macOS.|
||Compiles Wexond binaries for Linux.|
||Rebuilds all dependencies for
||Fixes eslint errors if any|
||Starts Wexond in the development mode|
At this moment there are no docs for the theming system.
Guides and the API reference are located in
It also contains documents describing how to use the browser, and create themes.