Qt provides an integrated Web browser component based on WebKit, the popular open source browser engine.
These examples and demonstrations show a range of different uses for WebKit, from displaying Web pages within a Qt user interface to an implementation of a basic function Web browser.
|DOM Traversal*||Shows how to use QWebElement to inspect the document structure of a Web page.|
|Fancy Browser||A more advanced browser example, showing the use of jQuery to perform effects.|
|Frame Capture||How to use the WebKit browser engine to obtain images of Web pages.|
|Google Chat||A real-world example that shows how an existing Web-based service can be accessed using QtWebKit.|
|Image Analyzer*||A QtWebKit bridge application which contains a web interface and client-side processing.|
|Previewer*||Shows how to make a simple Web page previewer by using Qt's text input widgets together with a QWebView widget.|
|Simple Selector*||A basic demonstration, showing how to use QWebElement to select elements in a Web page.|
|Simple Web Plugin*||Shows how to embed a widget into a Web page displayed using a QWebView widget.|
|Web FTP Client*||Shows how to add support for a new protocol to QtWebKit-based applications.|
|Web Plugin*||Shows how to communicate with a widget embedded into a Web page.|
Examples marked with an asterisk (*) are fully documented.
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