Last month I wrote about SlateKit Shell, a new Qt5/QML web-browser
Ping-Hsun Chen, the lead developer of SlateKit, wrote into Phoronix with details about their new SlateKit 0.2 release. Features include:
- Featured in Ubuntu Touch's Collection PPA, users can install on Ubuntu Desktop/Touch directly.
- Importing Ubuntu Components (ubuntu-ui-toolkit), gets resolution independence too.
- A built-in standalone virtual keyboard, even support Chinese handwriting recognition, works great on KMS and Wayland (with no compositor or input method engine).
- An iOS-like "Reader Mode", user agent string switch.
More details on the new release can be found at SlateKit.org