"run any native process and incorporate the graphical interface into
That would be nice. I also want that in the longer term, but for the
short term I only need browser.
My requirement is just that I need webpages to show within the Sgine,
I tried other "free" Java embed browser projects and they were not
working properly where-as Awesomium works well. I don't mind its
Then I can do everything I wanted with SGine and Scala and JVM rather
than having to use a different language, as it has all the
capabilities I need.
On Apr 30, 9:30 pm, "Hicks, Matt" <mhi...@captiveimagination.com
> I have similar desires to incorporate a browser into the 3d environment.
> Libgdx supports multiple render paths like the new version of Sgine does. I
> actually spent quite a bit of time with libgdx previously trying to decide
> whether Sgine should just utilize it instead of creating our own core but
> there were several things I didn't like about it that made me decide to go
> my own way. However, on the bright side, adapting their work into Sgine
> should be relatively easy to do. Take a look at the source code:https://github.com/badlogic/libgdx/tree/master/extensions/awesomium/g.
> because it makes buffer data available it should be relatively easy to
> port for our needs. Like I said, this is something I've been thinking about
> for a while, but my idea was to try to create something similar, but could
> run any native process and incorporate the graphical interface into 3d.
> Obviously that's much harder, but would open the door to doing much more
> than just showing a browser. Using Libgdx's work with Awesomium seems like
> low hanging fruit so it would make sense to utilize that for now.
> Let me know once you have something working and we can add it as a child
> project in Sgine.
> On Sat, Apr 30, 2011 at 3:51 AM, philip <philip14...@gmail.com
> > Hi,
> > I wanted to render the contents of a web browser to Sgine display for
> > a long while, I tried Java embedded browsers and never got them to
> > work properly.
> > Then I found Awesomium embeds Chrome easily, in C++/C. Also I tried it
> > and was happy that it embeds Flash and HTML easily even with
> > transparency.http://www.khrona.com/products/awesomium/
> > So I was thinking to program my application in C++/C which I didn't
> > want to do, I wanted to write it in Sgine, then I found someone using
> > Awesomium in Java, but this is on Android platform.
> > ie this Java program
> > fromhttps://github.com/badlogic/libgdx/tree/master/extensions/awesomium