This is a short note how to use QtWebKit with Qt 5.7+ on Raspberry Pi.
I got myself a 10″ multi-touch display from Joy-IT for my Raspberry. I’m quite satified with the display, it has a relatively high resolution, very good display quality, good viewing angle, and touch works very well – the necessary driver is included in Raspbian. Two things that could be better: The backlight is not software-controllable, and the position of the HDMI and USB connectors is not optimal. In the end I want to use the display mounted vertically in a wall, so I included the line
into /boot/config.txt. Unfortunately this only rotates the display, not the touch input, so […]
The Waveshare/Joy-IT 3.2″ touch display for Raspberry Pi is well suited for embedded applications that require a dynamic but small user interface. This article describes the steps required to get it working with Jessie, X and Python.