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Just keep in mind!

(I actually think this is an absolute MUST!)

Whatever Jolla picks, it should support WebAssembly. This way C/C++/Rust people can jump on the train and we will have properly running Web Apps. In the not so distant future this can further reduce the impact of not having enough native apps.

Currently supported browsers

And in the current situation it means either:

• New stock browser port with WebAssembly support
• Proper Android layer and therefore properly working up-to-date browsers. I can't comment the implications of running browsers on top of the Android layer and the performance hit.
• Qt WebEngine 5.12. Not verified, probably supported since 5.10 based on chromium version. Check Status

Few Qt applications with WebAssembly

Just keep in mind!

(I actually think this is an absolute MUST!)

Whatever Jolla picks, it should support WebAssembly. This way C/C++/Rust people can jump on the train and we will have properly running Web Apps. In the not so distant future this can further reduce the impact of not having enough native apps.

Currently supported browsers

And in with the current situation it means either:

• New stock browser port with WebAssembly support
• Proper Android layer Android layer and therefore properly working up-to-date browsers. I can't comment on the implications of running browsers on top of the Android layer and the performance hit.
• Qt WebEngine 5.12 (since it's LTS) . Not verified, probably supported since 5.10 5.10, which is based on chromium version. v61. Check Status

Few Qt applications with WebAssembly