Gtk+ 3.0 html5 backend

I just landed the html5 backend for Gtk+ in git in the broadway branch of Gtk+.

It has several issues, as mentioned on the mailing list, but it does let people play with this code.

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    Astonishing. I could hardly believe what I was looking at.

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  11. gogoliu says:

    Immediate mode rendering with network transparence is really a bad design.
    This is why X get poor performance when running applications which have complex ui.
    Learn new knowledges from NeWS and Flex, read this post too: http://mail.gnome.org/archives/gtk-devel-list/2008-March/msg00017.html
    I suggest you implement gtk widgets by using svg, js, and other web tech., and do something like this: http://www.starynkevitch.net/Basile/guisdoc.html
    If gtk developer can provide a flexible framework like flex/javafx/silverlight, this is deserves to be celebrated. IMHO, gtk with x is obsolete, can’t keep up with the times. Wayland, QtSceneGraph, QML is the fundament of open source gui.

  12. Been testing it today, this is awesome!

    BTW, beware guys, you not only need v4 of Firefox but also have to enable the websockets in a hidden preference:

    http://hacks.mozilla.org/2010/12/websockets-disabled-in-firefox-4/

  13. thomas sabo says:

    BTW, beware guys, you not only need v4 of Firefox but also have to enable the websockets in a hidden preference: