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TODO List for QtWebKit

This page is a scratch pad for projects ideas and todo items. It is not a substitute for JIRA or Bugzilla.

Project Drafts and Ideas

Things we want to do

  • Research out-of-process plugins
  • Research QtSvg vs. WebKit SVG
  • Make WebKit more modular
  • XSLT support with QtXmlPatterns. WIP (passes 30% of the tests)
  • Layout tests in 4.5, then trunk
  • Write examples, docs and screencasts
  • Finish DOM API
  • QtScript Integration
  • QtScript on top of JSC DONE
  • QtScript on top of JSC C-API

Things we should do

  • Task maintenance (All)
  • Improve Media-Element support
  • Make the build more configurable in Qt
  • Research memory usage
  • Research performance
  • Extend APIs
  • Style-dependent scrolling (improvement to r41285)
  • A17n support
  • Check for new feature defines (i.e. ENABLED(3D_RENDERING))

Dogfood Items

  • Wallet integration
  • Arora extensions
  • Webclips
  • Inline editing example

Examples and Demos to be written

Documentation improvements

  • Overview diagram between all QWebFoo class
  • Diagram/description of the relation between QtWebKit and QtNetwork
  • Using HTML files and images from the resource system
  • Import CSV example from QQ to Qt tree

Deferred DOM API Items

  • Research setInner/OuterXml on default constructed QWebElements.
  • Add support for DOM events/listeners
    • Add QWebElement::connectEvent()
    • Add support for mapping JS events to Qt events (QMouseEvent, etc.)
    • Add support for pure JS events (QWebEvent?)
    • Add support for dispatching events from C++
  • Add support for convenience functions on the selection/collection
  • Investigate support for different backends (xml and/or query language).
  • Need to add a documented method of retrieving the current selection as a QWebElementSelection, since the ::selection psuedo-element didn't make it into the current draft of css3-selectors.

Ideas for Examples & Demos

  • A tool to create selections visually, built on top of the same API. Include a lineedit where you can type a selector and it visualizes the selected elements. (both ways)
  • Simple jquery-ui like effects.
  • Ad-block for Arora
  • Form completion (smart or not...)
  • Implement Arora's clicktoflash plugin with QWebElement

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