Then I started to code a small GNOME application called Web Grilo Player (it looks like a suitable and very imaginative name ;-)). The application is written in C and use WebKitGTK+ DOM bindings to manage the interface. For the moment it’s just able to navigate media sources provided by Grilo and it already shows images and reproduce audio and video using specific HTML5 tags. You can find the source code at Git repository.
As I said, it’s just a test and right now the interface looks really horrible but, at least, it works as I can show you in the following video.
On 10/12/20 12:03, J.A. wrote:
That’s a cool try.
Just out of curiosity. As grilo’s developer, I’d like to know what was the grilo feature you most missed, or the one that was most difficult to work with (if any).
On 10/08/25 10:50, Manuel Rego Casasnovas wrote:
@J.A. nothing special, it’s just a test and I’ve just followed Grilo Test UI using more or less the same functions.
I’ll tell you if I find any issue in the future ;-)