Google makes many cool things, some of the best are all of there different web applications. The coolest thing about them now is that they are nearly all very accessible offline as well.
Meaning you can still read your email without an internet connection, check your RSS feeds, as well as create documents and many other things.
This is possible because of Gears, and its implementation is excellent, if you are on the go without a conneciton and create an email, it will be sent as soon as you have a connection again, just like an email App like Mail, or Outlook, or whatever, but with the nice features that Gmail offers. And the same goes for all of their other web apps as well.
So the main problem here is that having all of these apps just opened up in different tabs in Safari or Firefox is pretty annoying and a little difficult to manage, as well as really eating up your computers resources.
A great solution to this is to make Stand-Alone WebApps, or SiteSpecificBrowsers (SSB’s) to manage each specific App. That way everything is more logical, to look at your email you open the email app, RSS feeds open up Google Reader, Docs, etc.
So how do you make these SSB’s? The best method I have found is by using an App called Fluid. You basically just type in the url you would like to create an App for and let it work its magic. It is very easy to do and customize on your own, so you can definitely do this on your own.
Google Stand-Alone Apps are already created applications for Google Reader, Gmail and Google Docs. You will have to adjust your own preferences and things, just the same way you would with an other Application.
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