Changes between Version 16 and Version 17 of Companies and Organizations that have contributed to WebKit


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Mar 18, 2013 5:25:07 AM (9 years ago)
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allan.jensen@digia.com
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  • Companies and Organizations that have contributed to WebKit

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    1818[http://nokia.com/ Nokia]'s involvement with the WebKit project started with a port to the S60 platform for mobile devices. The S60 port exists in a branch of the public WebKit repository along with various changes to better support mobile devices. To date it has not been merged to the mainline. However, a few changes did make it in, including support for CSS queries. In 2008, Nokia acquired Trolltech. Trolltech has an extensive history of WebKit contributions, most notably the Qt port.
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     20=== Digia ===
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     22[http://digia.com/ Digia] acquired [http://qt-project.org/ Qt] in September 2012 and along with it the QtWebKit Team. Under Digia QtWebKit continues to be an important part of the Qt with new emphasis on support for multiple mobile platforms.
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    2024=== Google ===