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Webkit, MPlayer and Storyboard ... together at last!

Last week was just one of those times when it seemed that everything was all coming together at the same time and progress is moving ahead in leaps and bounds.

Early in the week Rodney integrated WebKit via the Storyboard Embedded Engine external buffer API, allowing users to quickly assemble a user interface around an integrated web browser.

Not satisfied with one awesome external buffer demo, Brian took the mplayer code and integrated it into a Storyboard application too!

This is pretty great work, but what makes it all even better is that using the Storyboard development environment I can just drop in a couple of external buffer render controls and I can build a web browsing, media playing application in just a few minutes!

As we're getting in the habit of saying ... super shiny!


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Originally published: May 10, 2009 10:22:37 PM, updated 03/23/20

Thomas Fletcher
Written by Thomas Fletcher

Thomas is a co-founder and VP of Research and Development. With 20+ years in embedded software development and a frequent presenter at leading industry events, Thomas is a technical thought leader on Embedded System Architecture and Design, Real-time Performance Analysis, Power Management, and High Availability. Thomas holds a Master of Computer Engineering from Carleton University and a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering from the University of Victoria.

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