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I'll make this short and sweet and to the point :). Many things happened in the past few weeks in the land of the QtWebKit port:
QWebGraphicsItem, a simple class that mimics the QWebView API and makes it easy to embed WebKit into the GraphicsView. The API and class name are still subject to change, but we'd love to hear feedback and suggestions, especially from people who have implemented the same thing :)
QWebInspector, a simple container that gives you control over embedding the web inspector into your application. The API is deliberately minimal to avoid exposing internals.
Generally speaking we're in bugfixing mode. We had to slip in the above few features, but we consider them the exception to the rule. Until 4.6 we'd like to hold off any other changes that affect the API, unless they are actually API bugs or the result of review of new 4.6 API.
Download the latest release here: www.qt.io/download.
Qt 6.6. is a feature release with focus on improving UX capabilities including responsive UI technology and the Qt Graph module.
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