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    Steve

    I’d like to start a discussion about the libraries, frameworks, API’s, formats, etc. that are and are not supported by V-Play. In a previous post, Christian stated that V-Play currently supports OpenGL ES 1.1 and not SVG, but OpenGL ES 2.0 and SVG will be supported in V-Play 2.0.

    Since V-Play apps are written in QML and JavaScript, I suspect that most node modules.js that have a “require” statement (from ejs.js) and many JavaScript components that use the DOM can’t be used in QML or V-Play.

    If you can provide specifics, please enter the following: Name, Version, URL, source URL (optional), language, description, V-Play versions supported or non-supported, additional comments. As an example:

    Name: socket.io

    Version: .9 (1.0 should be released soon)

    URL: http://socket.io

    Source URL: https://github.com/learnboost/socket.io

    Language: JavaScript

    Comments: QtSocketIo is under development in C++

    Description: Cross-browser WebSocket for realtime apps

    V-Play Versions: Doesn’t work with any version of QML or, therefore, V-Play

    Thanks.

    Steve

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