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Static building QtWebEngine for iOS
nando76 last edited by
because i need open ssl (QSslSocket) support in my app i had to compile and link Qt statically for iOS.
This works fine so far.
Now i want to try to use QtWebEngine. It works locally perfect but for iOS i think i need to compile the module statically, right?
Is there any documentation on how to compile QtWebEngine statically for iOS?
Fred_at_Plexant last edited by
@nando76 did nobody answered ? This is a critical question, as using native WebView has the major problem of overlapping the QML components.
Hi and welcome to devnet,
QtWebEngine will hit the same wall on iOS as QtWebKit: you can't use it by Apple's rules.
However, there's the QtWebView module that provides integration of the native web views for iOS and Android at least.