QT Webkit strategy to show ADS in an app
Hi to all.
I am developing and application for desktop where there is a selection of messages for twitter shown and periodically updated. This part of the application is done under QT-quick and works fine. Now the customer ask me to add on top of the program window interface a small area showing a rotating ad. He has a small html element that work in any browser.
What I should do is to insert a region on the application that shows this web element, so ads are pushed from the ad server of the client.
I ask if someone has idea of what can be the best strategy approach: with my actual experience I think to a small web browser area (using qml) where the only html element shown is the script for the rotating ad.
Some ideas? Something best? Thks
It is heavy to integrate WebKit just for ads. But that is quite common since almost all ad provider use html and/or flash.
Mmmhhh... Your reply contains a little scare for me.
The rotating ad is a little piece of html, and can't changed. I have in mind to add this as a z-layered object on top of the screen, using the integrated web browsing capabilities under QML. A small window that contains only this object. Is this possible?
That should be possible yep.
I don't know if it is possible with the default WebKit element integrated in QML, but worst case you just insert your own QGraphicsWebView...
This means add a part of the function in the c++ area of the project ?