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Developing with HTML5

  • Ray Rischpater
  • Daniel Zucker

Abstract

One of the great things about Qt is its inclusion of QtWebKit and, with it, its excellent support for HTML5. Using HTML5, along with sister technologies CSS3 and JavaScript, you can build powerful standards-based applications that run simply in the web browser. Even better, you can easily build hybrid applications that combine the power of native Qt development, as we discussed in the past three chapters, with the ease and portability of web apps. Qt native development is the preferred method for developing Nokia apps, but HTML5, as supported in QtWebKit, is an acceptable secondary platform as well.

Keywords

Callback Function Document Object Model Graphic Context Hybrid Application Local File System 
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© Ray Rischpater, Daniel Zucke 2010

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  • Ray Rischpater
  • Daniel Zucker

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