By Simon Hausmann
Simon Hausmann

QtWebKit in Action

Published Monday February 18th, 2008 | 17 Comments on QtWebKit in Action
Posted in Qt, WebKit

Henrik recorded some cool videos showing off a bit of the integration of WebKit into Qt. The Quicktime videos are at the bottom of our QtWebKit announcement page, showing WebKit in designer, integrating Google maps into your Qt application or how to embed native widgets into HTML.

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Simon Hausmann

Congratulations!

Published Saturday January 12th, 2008 | 5 Comments on Congratulations!
Posted in KDE

Congratulations to the entire KDE team for this release! It is for sure the best release ever – due to the technology and also the excellent team effort. It takes a lot of guts to make a point-oh release and I’m very impressed by their courage and strength. P.S.: I’m happy to be able to […]

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Simon Hausmann

Greetings from FOSS.IN/2007

Published Thursday December 6th, 2007 | 5 Comments on Greetings from FOSS.IN/2007
Posted in WebKit

So Holger (zecke), Girish (g-man) and me (tronical) made it to Foss.in in Bangalore in India. We’re having a great time here, a great atmosphere, awesome food and a nice and warm climate. Girish had a presentation about Qt Stylesheets, I gave a presentation about (Qt)WebKit today and Holger had a presentation about OpenEmbedded. And […]

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Simon Hausmann

Qt 4.4’s Complex Text Handling based on Harfbuzz

Published Thursday October 11th, 2007 | 4 Comments on Qt 4.4’s Complex Text Handling based on Harfbuzz
Posted in Qt

A while ago I blogged about the ongoing work to add support for complex text shaping to the Harfbuzz library. After we have ported Qt’s text shapers down to the Harfbuzz library level we worked on making Qt use them through the new interface. Now we have finally completed the porting for all supported platforms […]

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