We are happy to announce the release of Next version 1.3.2!
This version includes several cool new features:
"Hooks" let you insert your own code before of after network events and commands, such as automatic download of Youtube videos or auto-switch to old.reddit.com! To read more about hooks, see our updated article here: https://next.atlas.engineer/article/hooks.org.
open-filecommand. This allows you to open up any file locally on your machine.
paste-from-ringcommand that allows you to fuzzy-search and paste from the clipboard ring of all previously copied/pasted text.
Last month we started a crowdfunding campaign, so if you like what we are doing feel free to support us by chipping in!
Thanks for reading and supporting us! You can read the full change log here.
We have many new and exciting features in the pipeline that we could release shortly!
A high quality macOS port, with complete GTK parity(!), for improved performance, distribution, and stability. This means a single app bundle that you can simply download and run.
Minibuffer multi-selection (or "delete fuzzy-matched buffers in one go", etc.).
Session persistence (or "reopen previously open buffers up restart").
WebKitGTK native sandboxing.
Per-domain CSS (e.g. a Dark Mode).
Smart searching across all tabs.
Jump to heading all tabs.
Add support for per-tab proxy and Tor support.
Add an integrated password manager.
Add built-in editor.
Allow Next to call out to an external editor to fill in the contents of a particular text field.
Switch from SQLite to a text based format, allowing bookmarks to be viewed and synced more easily with any external tool.
Thanks for reading!
Next is a keyboard-oriented, extensible web-browser designed for power users. The application has familiar key-bindings (Emacs, VI), is fully configurable and extensible in Lisp, and has powerful features for productive professionals.
Download it here!