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Congratulations!
Have you tried to run it on N900's Chromium or only in desktop?
 
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Originally Posted by ivgalvez View Post
Congratulations!
Have you tried to run it on N900's Chromium or only in desktop?
Only desktop. I'll do a bit N900 testing this weekend.
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IT WORKS!
Absolutely magnificent effort. Well done!
 
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I tested it on chromium from qole's repository. Though slow, there's no connection problem. I was able to login and use it. I'm pleased to announce that hybrid apps are possible on N900!!
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#125
I found that firefox has a strict policy for local files. As soon as I am on Linux, I'll check it out.
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2...-chrome-and-ie

I found something about the json errors too: http://forum.jquery.com/topic/firefo...ot-well-formed

I'll try to build chromium 17, maybe it becomes faster and less resource-hungry than chromium 5.

Anyway, running this in MicroB would be the best.
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Considering that WebOS itself uses QtWebkit I would keep on with Chromium or any other Webkit based browser.
 
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Originally Posted by ivgalvez View Post
Considering that WebOS itself uses QtWebkit I would keep on with Chromium or any other Webkit based browser.
Maybe we don't need a whole browser, maybe it could be possible to run a WebOS application using only Qt Web Runtime...what do you think?
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Maybe we don't need a whole browser, maybe it could be possible to run a WebOS application using only Qt Web Runtime...what do you think?
Interesting idea! I'll need to read about the runtime. If you've got some nice articles about it, please post it here. I found this:
http://xizhizhu.blogspot.com/2010/08...ello-view.html
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Originally Posted by marmistrz View Post
Interesting idea! I'll need to read about the runtime. If you've got some nice articles about it, please post it here. I found this:
http://xizhizhu.blogspot.com/2010/08...ello-view.html
Maybe you can ask TransTech, he already worked with it (http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php...t=dibbledobble).
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Maybe try helium-browser?
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