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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

Competitive Mobile Browser Engine

The goal of this project is to bring QtWebKit on par with the competition on mobile platforms. The primary target platforms for improvements in this project are the Maemo/Meego and Symbian platforms.

From our experience with running QtWebKit on these platforms, we can extract four main areas of improvement that this project tries to touch:


Feature Completeness

Correctness / Stability


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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