Epiphany 3.12 is going to use WebKitGTK+ 2.4 and brings a multiple web process model!
Making more native GNOME apps with HTML5 by mimicking GTK’s Client Side Decorations.
A new branch of modern powerful applications are coming for Linux Desktop, ignoring existed UI toolkits as Qt and GTK. Is this the future? Definitely yes!
The second major version of Igalia’s port of the popular web rendering engine significantly changes the way we use Web
I accidentally found Dwb, and before I install it I thought it was a “normal” Web-Brower -obviously I didn’t read any info ;) When I see what it was, I thought, this is something that many people will love, so I am just sharing it!
This is just a continuation to my previous post for using WebKit to make GNOME Apps with rich User Interfaces (ie Games) that can run from a WebServer or natively in GNOME. This time I made some demos that illustrate capabilities like accessing your system from WebKit, connecting to remote servers and accessing filesystem of remote […]
First off, Happy New Year to *Everyone*! Since this is the first post of the new year, I thought to put a fancy title ;) I don’t know if this is the best way to make things, but what I did was to use the best and most established technologies that are available today and making […]
GTK, WebKitGTK and GLib have released new bug fixing versions for their stable branches. Apart from the usual bug fixing and translation updates you will also find some new interesting addition and changes. As these releases are stable, everyone is recommended to upgrade. If you wait for a few days (depending on your distribution) they […]
As announced on Igalia’s Mario Sanchez Prada blog, WebKitGTK+ 1.10 is about to be released soon! The new version of the port of the WebKit web rendering engine to the GTK+ platform is going to bring some exciting new features that will take our user experience to the next level!
Three very important pieces of Gnome desktop environment have released new versions for their unstable branches yesterday. These are WebKitGTK, GTK3 and GLib2. The updates concern bug fixes, interesting new implementations and additions, and translation updates! Although the use of unstable releases is generally not recommended, you can download them for testing and developing purposes.
Three minor updates were made available the last few days for Libgee collection library, c++gtk-utils library and the stable branch of the webkit engine.These updates are mostly bugfixing and focus on eliminating problems and improving stability. Although you can download and compile these newer versions given below, it is generally recommended to be patient and […]
WebKitGTK is the GNOME platform port of the WebKit rendering engine. Offering WebKit’s full functionality through a set of GObject-based APIs, it is suitable for projects requiring any kind of web integration, from hybrid HTML/CSS applications to full-fledged web browsers.
WebKit is a widely used Web rendering engine found in popular platforms like Android and iOS, and browsers like Safari and Chrome. WebKit2 GTK+ is one of the many existing ports, bringing WebKit to the GNOME platform. It provides stable GTK+ based APIs for all the WebKit technology, and strives to be deeply integrated into the […]