Or what is the same, Qt, like Opera Software, to cite another big project, march on the path of Google instead of Apple , in what refers to web engine , Phoronix reports.
new web rendering engine called Qt Qt WebEngine and will be based around Blink and Chromium, she says one of the developers of Qt, by having a more solid and simple face of the system implementation and integration with Qt, plus better multi-platform approach.
And if you take this road, it is obvious that the KDE Project will do the same .
Does this mean that KDE can finally have a browser to rise to the occasion or, better yet, we can finally have a Qt web browser to rise to the occasion? This is the million dollar question for KDE users, and certainly not going to see answered shortly. In theory, the basis for building something will be there.
worth remembering that WebKit, developed by Apple from Konqueror rendering engine -ergo, KDE-, KHTML, and used between other browsers, Safari, Chrome / Chromium or the new Opera , was ‘forqueado’ by Google, once tired the Internet giant to withstand the ins and outs of the company on the block. By Blink is born, to be Google itself which did and deshiciese at will.