Context: I wrote some time ago a dashboard which displays text in text widgets placed on a fullscreen window (no user interaction, the content of the widgets changes when receiving signals). It is running on Raspbian, developed on Windows) and based on Qt (
It works fine but the displayed text is hardly configurable (specifically, it handles only a small subset of CSS)
My question: Since this is the only application running on the RPi (at lest from a GUI point of view) I would like to use
<something> which would natively display the HTML/CSS/JS content, in read-only mode (that is there is no user interaction).
This is akin to a web browser in fullscreen mode, but without any "end user" web browser functionality, something which would handle the graphical aspects but be launched as a fullscreen application (the HTML/CSS/JS rendering part, basically). As I mentioned, today this is
PyQT4, with a
root windows launched in
What direction should I be looking in, in a RPi context?
Note: the backend (and, today, frontend) is written in Python. Since the GUI will be completely AJAX based (all business logic is in the backend), I can go for anything which accepts HTML/CSS/JS.