Compiling Qt with Docker multi-stage and multi-platform

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  • sciter-js-sdk

    Sciter.JS - Sciter but with QuickJS on board instead of my TIScript

    > Because compiling Qt (and QtWebEngine) is a very heavy operation, we would need to pre-compile and distribute Qt so that the Dockerfile could simply download and include it in the build process (rather than compiling as part of the installation process).

    Just in case: Release build of my Sciter.JS ( https://github.com/c-smile/sciter-js-sdk ) gets re-compiled in 55 seconds on pretty average dev machine that I have here.

    Sciter.JS covers functionality of Qt UI, Qt Quick and QtWebEngine.

    Sciter.JS already runs MithrilJS (micro-React), SvelteJS compilations, Leaflet (Maps) as they are. See: https://sciter.com/sciter-js-runs-leafletjs-as-it-is/

    The end goal is to provide UI runtime that is in times smaller than Qt+QtWebEngine and ElectronJS but is still capable to run tons of existing Web components and frameworks.

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