Our first decent WebKit rendering!
The WebKit Haiku port team has seen some nice progress lately in the form of our first decent rendering. Read more to see it...
I cannot take all the credit for this as the latest push to fix some bugs and implement font loading and text rendering has been courtesy of Andrea Anzani. In fact he created the above screenshot.
Now a few caveats about the above:
- BeBits is being loaded from disk, not the network. We still need to work out the bugs in the Haiku GCC4 port of CURL.
- Scrolling is disabled at the moment because we still have some work to do there. You can kind of see blank spots at the bottom and sides where scroll bars would render.
- There are obviously some rendering bugs here and there.
- The HaikuLauncher is still very basic without any chrome (back and forward buttons, URL bar, status bar, etc.)
But overall, not too bad! It makes me feel pretty good to see all my hard work finally producing a decent result, and I'm glad I have help now because it results in screenshots like the above.
As usual I will try to keep everyone updated as the port continues to progress.
- GSoC 2020 Project: Improving and Extending Services Kit
- GSoC 2020 Project: Adding XFS file system in Haiku
- GSoC 2020 Project: Input Preferences
- GSoC 2020 Project: Adding UFS2 file system in Haiku
- Haiku activity report - April 2020
- Haiku activity report - February and March 2020
- Haiku field trip report - January 2020
- Google Code-in 2019 finished
- No, I'm not Haiku's lead developer
- Haiku monthly activity report - 12/2019