QtWebKit

Andy Shaw

Qt Support Weekly #26 – Flash Support on Mac

Published Friday September 21st, 2012 | 1 Comment on Qt Support Weekly #26 – Flash Support on Mac
Posted in Customers, macOS, Qt, QtWebKit

It has been a very busy past few weeks which meant that we were unable to put together a support weekly, after all the customer support comes first ๐Ÿ˜‰ ย Now that the acquisition is complete I am able to focus on support again completely so hopefully normal weekly blog posts service will resume again. This […]

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QtWebKit Accelerated Compositing Report

Published Thursday November 10th, 2011 | 5 Comments on QtWebKit Accelerated Compositing Report
Posted in Graphics, OpenGL, Performance, Qt, QtWebKit, WebKit

We’ve been doing lots of interesting stuff around accelerated compositing in QtWebKit in the last year since my last blog post, and several people have asked for information about it. So here goes a brain-dump, hope some people find it useful ๐Ÿ™‚ If you want to know more about the basics of accelerated compositing, please […]

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QtWebKit 2.2 RC released

Published Wednesday September 14th, 2011 | 12 Comments on QtWebKit 2.2 RC released
Posted in Qt, QtWebKit, WebKit | Tags:

For those of you following the QtWebKit development you might be happy to know that the QtWebKit project has provided a new candidate for review. ย It is tagged as qtwebkit-2.2.0-rc1 @ http://gitorious.org/+qtwebkit-developers/webkit/qtwebkit To test it, you would need to check it out and build it against Qt 4.8. ย See more information here: http://trac.webkit.org/wiki/QtWebKitRelease22 We would […]

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An old/new approach to QtWebKit Hybrid

Published Wednesday August 31st, 2011 | 28 Comments on An old/new approach to QtWebKit Hybrid
Posted in QtWebKit, WebKit

In a previous blog post, we were talking about the new direction we’re taking with WebKit2, and a few people were concerned about the future of hybrid application development. Re-iterating the issues we were facing (see Ademar’s comment in the above blog), it’s extremely costly to maintain a deep C++ API like the one we […]

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IPv6 changes in Qt5

Published Tuesday July 5th, 2011 | 9 Comments on IPv6 changes in Qt5
Posted in Internet, QtWebKit, Symbian

As you might know, Qt has had support for IPv6 since quite some time. Now we have made some changes in Qt5 that relate to IPv6: Shane has improved the support for binding TCP and UDP sockets. Originally there was QHostAddress::Any which meant any IPv4 (0.0.0.0). Then at some point QHostAddress::AnyIPv6 was introduced to mean […]

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