Introduction Hey there beautiful person reading this post. We are in the endgame now (Ha get it avengers reference!). Yes, Google summer of code 2019 is coming to an end. Phew couldn’t say how 3 months passed by, but this is one of my most memorable experiences I will never forget. So let me wrap GSOC with this final report. Buckle up tight it’s going to be a long post…
Introduction Hello everybody. Sorry for not able to post something for very long time! Previous week was pretty rough for me. So let me tell few things about the state of the port.
We have working IPC (using BMessages)
We have working Minibrowser (that could handle few call back events like navigating to url, going back and forward..)
A partially working network process
Current Work So we decided to get the rendering done.
Report for Coding Week #2 and #3 Love that your beautiful face is reading my Blog today❤️. First all I woul like to ask sorry to my fans (if any 😅😂) for delaying the posts. Prepare to get blown away🎉🎉💻
Ok let's all jump into the world of webkit shall we?
History is awesome (just kidding 😉😉) Lets rewind a bit! Getting stuff to compile and build (painful but totally worth it) Oh ya not to mention :making friends!
Hello everybody. This is me Rajagopalan working on getting webkit2 on haiku. Previously as you guys know we were trying to get IPC working. Well we have succeeded in that after hitting some obstacles.
Message passing should not involve mainloop it should be totally dependent on the workqueue only. As the mainloop can be blocked because of JS Execution which leaves slow performance or even crash. Also we stumbled upon an IPC deadlock when we used mainloop (main application loop) as a proxy to send and receive messages.
Introduction: Hello Everybody, I am G.Rajagopalan working on porting webkit2 to haiku as a part of my GSoC project. So here I am to share our experiences and work regarding the project 😄.
Bonding Process: I have been with haiku for the past 6 (or 7 months I think) which went like a blink of an eye. I can definitely say that it is a memorable journey with Haiku. I owe it to the beautiful and friendly people who work for haiku.
BAlert("Hello World","Introducing myself", "Awesome","Cool","Excited",B_SUMMER_IS_FUN); Introduction: I am RAJAGOPALAN GANGADHARAN doing Computer science Engineering in India and a GSOC 2019 participant with aim of porting Webkit2 to Haiku. First of all I would like to thank everybody for giving me this wonderful opportunity and I promise to not let the hopes down. I didn’t know much about BeOS until I saw Haiku. Well to be honest I fell in love with the GUI of haiku.