I had a similar problem.
You can try to fix in this way:
do enable console loggin' adding CONFIG += console into the .pro file
rebuild and launch again the application: now every qDebug() message and other errors appear in a terminal
now you can follow what QT is saying that is missing (in my case libEGL.dll libGLESv2.dll and opengl32sw.dll)
if anybody would be interested in this - I didn't find any other way then by using native system browsers. Basically you need to extend the QQuickItem, then on iOS you can create the browser using ObjectiveC (using PlatformNativeInterface), on Android you need to use JNI (so you create native view on top of the QtView). Cool thing is that even animations work in both cases (on android you need to synchronize WebView position with the QQuickItem position beeing rendered on the QtView).
If i'm not mistaken, COM is a microsoft spec, so other may compiler implement it differently... In fact i've a project that use COM that use some features that are only present with the windows SDK, if use MingGW i get tons of errors...
You're having problem deploying too?
I guess they should make a wiki/guide with clear instructions on how to deploy it. It's a bit complex ATM and not automated, I went back to using QWebKit for my browser until it's easier. Good luck
AFAIK there is no way to do this in Qt 5.4.1
I'm also waiting for an option to pass command line parameters to be able to set a proxy - that's the only way to set proxy in Blink (and I'm afraid we'll have to forget about proxyForUrl - not a big deal but... Webkit could be removed after 5.6 so we'll have to stick to old versions...)
According to this section "Updated Qt WebEngine and Qt WebView"
they are working on settings "Qt WebEngine now provides APIs for ... as well as settings"
Honestly I don't know if that includes command line parameters/settings...
BTW Still no binaries so you'll have to build it yourself or wait for beta
For Chromium to work with Netflix you have to have this plugins inside Chromium : Widevine Content Decryption Module
This plugin is installed by default in Chrome but not Chromium due to licensing reason (Widevine is not open-source).
Trying to find a way to install it inside Chromium
Good one, I have been trying to install plugins for Chromium, but not able so far.
With the standard Chromium browser, you go to "chrome://plugins"
and see a list of installed plugins for Chromium, not sure if this is available for Qt's chromium browser? Would be a really nice feature (adblock,etc, all usefull plugins that should available :)
@maximus I made a custom class subclassing QWidget and just added my QWebEngineView in it, then I can promote a standard QWidget inside designer to this class. Works but would be nice to have QWebEngineView in designer for newbies