I was reading UI Markup Nirvana where Paul talks about the need to have a better markup technology than the HTML+CSS combo. Well, he is not alone, a lot of people want this and have made some success too. All these efforts were based on letting people write code in QML which will eventually run in a standard browser – hence called “QML for the Web”.
So far so good, I thought, but what about the other way round? You could write a lightweight container (which is a Qt app) which can load QML “pages” off the network and weave this with common web paradigms like hyperlinks. I tried it and https://github.com/shaan7/qmlweb/ is a result of that.