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The Khronos Group announces the release of the OpenWF 1.0 standard

The Khronos Group announced today that it has ratified and publicly released the OpenWF Composition 1.0 and OpenWF Display 1.0 specifications, forming a new royalty-free, open standard for building windowing systems and accessing display control functionality in accelerated mobile and embedded devices. OpenWF enables a new degree of portability, acceleration and abstraction for windowing systems while adding functionality and features through close integration with Khronos application APIs. The OpenWF standard is accompanied by an open source sample implementation and a full suite of conformance tests implemented by the Khronos Group.
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OpenWF overview presentation and Composition quick reference card now available

The OpenWF Work Group has released an overview presentation of OpenWF as well as an OpenWF Composition quick reference card. Both are available for download today.
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OpenWF Display quick reference card now available

The OpenWF Work Group has released the OpenWF Display 1.0 Quick Reference card. You can view or download the card today. The OpenWF Composition 1.0 Quick Reference Card is also available.
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Why do the Composition and Display APIs have similar features for on-screen composition?


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QNX Brings Mobile-Class User Experience to Secure and Reliable Embedded Systems

QNX Software Systems Limited unveiled their latest generation of QNX Neutrino operating system. Designed to bring mobile-class user experiences to secure embedded systems, the QNX OS 6.6 offers new graphics, UI, multimedia, security, and power management capabilities. For the ultimate in UI design flexibility, the QNX OS includes a new graphical composition manager that can seamlessly blend apps and components created in HTML5, OpenGL ES, and Qt 5, together with video from connected devices. The composition manager supports native OpenGL ES hardware acceleration, multi-touch input control with gestures, and a driver framework based on industry-standard OpenWF Display APIs.
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