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Web Browser integrated into XBMC - HTML Layout Engine with a GUI embedded into XBMC?
(2019-06-03, 09:36)jjd-uk Wrote: From what I understand from internal communication the purpose is indeed to have a desktop like browser in order that it won't be necessary to have an addon to use a media service, you can simply visit the website within Kodi which is particularly useful on devices where no desktop is available. Primary testing seems to have been with YouTube and Netflix websites.

Not only for the people with devices where no desktop is available.
There are people who use Kodi on their HTPC's with mouse and keyboard.
There are people out there who don't like Android boxes and go for expensive HTPC's with Windows.
It would be so cool for us to launch sites etc without closing or minimizing Kodi.
We may be a minority, but we do exist  Smile
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(2019-06-06, 09:13)olympus Wrote:
(2019-06-03, 09:36)jjd-uk Wrote: From what I understand from internal communication the purpose is indeed to have a desktop like browser in order that it won't be necessary to have an addon to use a media service, you can simply visit the website within Kodi which is particularly useful on devices where no desktop is available. Primary testing seems to have been with YouTube and Netflix websites.

 expensive HTPC's with Windows.
It would be so cool for us to launch sites etc without closing or minimizing Kodi.
We may be a minority, but we do exist  Smile 
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(2015-03-14, 01:07)Ned Scott Wrote:
(2015-03-13, 21:55)opensorce Wrote: You'll need to simply write a wrapper for Google Chrome.

We keep telling you that this can't be done. We cannot just magically inject Google Chrome,a

any plans for a built in app launcher
https://www.groovypost.com/howto/using-w...indows-10/
https://www.windowscentral.com/microsoft...ew-edge-pc
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Mainly replying to subscribe, but this is something I definitely want to keep an eye on.  Sounds like it would really add some functionality.  I think the necessity to install an addon for each site is a bit cumbersome.  Would be nice if it were a more generic system when you can just add links rather than install addons.
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(2019-06-06, 09:44)the_other_guy Wrote: read it 344475 (thread) 

Nice Smile I am using Chrome for creating web apps, it's very cool Edge is going to support them too.
 
(2019-06-06, 10:25)the_other_guy Wrote: any plans for a built in app launcher
https://www.groovypost.com/howto/using-w...indows-10/
https://www.windowscentral.com/microsoft...ew-edge-pc 
I am using the App Launcer addon. Have a look at it in case you haven't heard of it.
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Btw, if this addon will become a fully capable browser it could potentially be able to play Google Stadia games.
Google Stadia features and prices were revealed yesterday.
Google Stadia and Retroplayer "inside" Kodi, I would love that Smile
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