Bossa Conf ’08

Bossa Conf ’08

Am here in the LHR lounge. In a couple of hours, we take off for the INdT Bossa Conference, Pernambuco, Brazil via Lisbon. Bumped in to Pippin who will be presenting Clutter. Also looking forward to Lennart‘s PulseAudio talk amongst…

Developing hybrid Web GTK+ applications

Developing hybrid Web GTK+ applications

I’ve put up the slides from my FOSDEM ’08 talk on developing Web/GTK+ rich internet applications with WebKit and deploying them on the desktop and on mobile devices. If you were simply too hung over from the night before to…

GTK+ WebKit session at FOSDEM 2008

If you’re attending FOSDEM (Brussels) next weekend, come along to my GNOME devroom talk on Web integration: “WebKit/GTK+ is a brand new port of the WebKit content engine providing standards compliance, high performance and seamless integration with the GTK+ stack….

WebKit HTML5 canvas enhancements, Acid2 support and more

WebKit HTML5 canvas enhancements, Acid2 support and more

Improved WebKit HTML5 canvas support Brent Fulgham has been merging Cairo graphics backend features from the Adobe Apollo/AIR branch of WebKit (#16558, #16577, #15382). The Adobe developers have been cooperative and their code is well-written — hopefully they’ll start merging…

GTK+ Matters

GTK+ Matters

A friend pointed out a slightly confused post by a Mozilla developer regarding WebKit/GTK+. I don’t really care much for browser wars, but since this post touches on so many aspects of the browser that I’m working on, like Cairo…

WebKit/Gtk+ at LinuxConf Europe 2007

WebKit/Gtk+ at LinuxConf Europe 2007

Yesterday’s talk on WebKit/Gtk+ at LinuxConf Europe was well received, and I was particularly impressed by the turnout considering that it was scheduled against Linus’ git BOF next door. The audience had more questions than there was time for, but…

WebKit Maemo port, N800 and the EAL

WebKit Maemo port, N800 and the EAL

I’ve been working with George Wright the last few days to integrate the WebKit/Gtk+ browser engine into Nokia’s recently announced EAL (Engine Abstraction Layer). WebKit/Gtk+ will soon be joining Opera and Mozilla as a well-supported alternative browser for the Maemo…

WebKit/Gtk+ is coming

WebKit/Gtk+ is coming

The WebKit Gtk+/Cairo port has recently had a burst of activity — it’s really starting to shape up. I’ve recently had the opportunity to coordinate my efforts on the port and in the last couple of weeks we’ve provided patches for…