GTK's Broadway Back-End Now Supports SSL
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 15 December 2014 at 08:12 AM EST. 4 Comments
GNOME --
There's already a lot of new features coming to GTK+ for GNOME 3.16 and now the latest addition is SSL support for the Broadway back-end.

GTK+ Broadway is what allows transmitting and interacting with GTK+ interfaces remotely via HTML5 for rendering in modern web browsers. Broadway has been in mainline GTK+ since GTK 3.2 and continues to see new work quite often even though it hasn't seen any major adoption.

The latest addition to GTK+ Broadway is SSL support. The Broadway daemon now supports HTTPS/secure connections for GTK+ 3.16.
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