Currently, the web is dominated by HTML websites and web apps. Websites are generally in HTML, CSS, and JS
And that’s great, but there are other languages that deserve more attention.
QML is one of them.
Unfortunately, web-browsers don’t understand QML. So I started working on a “web” browser that would load QML apps from the Safe Network instead of HTML.
Current status is:
*The browser is working
*I successfully deployed 2 QML apps on the Safe Network and the browser is loading them properly
*The browser loads and stores bookmarks and navigation history on the safe network (meaning you can use the browser from anywhere, your bookmarks will still be there)
Now the browser needs a lot of polishing and improvement (eg. it doesn’t currently support tabs)
Before spending too much time on this, and improve it, I’d like to know what the community thinks of such a project?