WebKit dropped: Google and Opera move to "Blink"

Felix Kugel f.kugel at gmail.com
Sat Apr 6 05:14:53 PDT 2013

My concern is that stable integration of even complicated HTML5 components
is a MUST, and of course I would like to have nothing but the best
available web engine in JavaFX. Maybe some day that will no longer be

2013/4/6 Philipp Dörfler <phdoerfler at gmail.com>

> Related question: Will we ever see something like the platform specific
> browser in JavaFX? Or is this a WONT_HAPPEN?
> I am not a particular fan of the huge embedded WebKit engine. Don't get me
> wrong: the idea itself is great and everything, but so far the Webkit
> engine feels slow and tries hard to render webpages strangely.
> Cheers,
> ~ Philipp Dörfler
> Am 06.04.2013 um 13:53 schrieb Felix Kugel <f.kugel at gmail.com>:
> >
> http://blog.oio.de/2013/04/05/the-web-starts-to-blink-chrome-drops-webkit-as-its-rendering-engine-announces-blink/
> >
> > Will JavaFX follow?
> >
> > Greets to all,
> > Felix Kugel

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