WPE WebKit is widely adopted in many industries, from digital signage, professional audio, video and broadcasting, home appliances, set-top-boxes, and automotive to inflight infotainment. Countless devices deployed all around the globe are already using WPE WebKit as their web runtime platform and use is growing rapidly.
If you need a fast and lightweight web runtime for embedded devices that supports most of the web standards, has hardware acceleration wherever it is advantageous, and has a strong focus on multimedia applications, WPE WebKit is a great choice.
WPE WebKit offers great possibilities for deployment on different platforms, thanks to its underlying design which allows for integration in a variety of hardware configurations. At a minimum, only EGL and OpenGL ES 2 support and basic GStreamer integration are required.
Some advantages of WPE WebKit:
The minimal set of dependencies needed to run WPE WebKit ensures that its footprint is small and it consumes less memory, which allows applications built with WPE WebKit to run on low-end devices.
WPE enables rich and fast 2D and 3D HTML-based user interfaces, integrating multimedia, 3D content, and many of the latest Web technologies, to run smoothly and efficiently on low-cost devices.
Displays multimedia content directly in HTML, with high-quality CSS 3D animations, WebGL, and fluid high quality HTML videos. Focused on graphics performance with multi-threading optimizations to improve CSS animation, scrolling, scaling, and rendering of canvas and video elements.
It provides a strong focus on multimedia applications and performance with WebRTC, MSE (MP4, WebM, VP9, Opus) and EME (ClearKey and other third-party DRM frameworks) supported and constantly improving.
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