Qt Web Runtime
ah good, i'll start off with this quick guide :)
Note to self, again (via maemo-developers mailing list): "http://docs.jquery.com/Using_jQuery_with_Other_Libraries":http://docs.jquery.com/Using_jQuery_with_Other_Libraries
jQuery.noConflict() does the trick.
I guess webkit should do now, pls put a note that you didn't find Qt Web Runtime as a project, it might get created/moved accordingly
No, you can not expose to live websites like maps.google.com, That will have to be fixed only from qtwebkit.
Note to self: /usr/share/wrt/data
Only PNG format is supported, and no other restrictions.
Although it is not what you want, there are some interesting work in progress regarding web stuff:
Thanks for your discovery ;)
It seems a problem in Qt to me. AFAIK, we use the Qt (WebKit) to render directly.
Anyway, I'll ask around our developers.
[quote author="kibsoft" date="1279881647"]I'm sorry, but I didn't understand the conception of the Qt Web Runtime. I will be able to write sites or what?[/quote]
You can create W3C widgets (http://www.w3.org/2008/webapps/wiki/WidgetSpecs), and access native resources e.g. sensor, file systems with Device APIs.
Another way to embed arbitrary QWidgets into web content (although this is Qt Webkit, not Qt Web Runtime) is reimplementing "QWebPage::createPlugin":http://doc.qt.nokia.com/4.7-snapshot/qwebpage.html#createPlugin to turn certain object elements into arbitrary QWidgets when the web page is loaded.
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