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@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ This application, named <a href="">QYok</a> (yes,
- <a href="">QtWebKit</a>, to display the task lists
- <a href="">jQuery</a>, to make it easier to manipulate the HTML and provide nice animations
- <a href="">Jinja2</a>, a Python-based template system, using a syntax similar to Django (and thus Grantlee)
-- and of course, <a href="http//">Yokadi</a> itself, to provide access to the TODO database
+- and of course, <a href="">Yokadi</a> itself, to provide access to the TODO database
In this series of articles, I am going to describe how one can mix PyQt and WebKit together, based on my learnings from the QYok project. In particular I want to show ways to generate native-looking HTML code, to ensure your application does not look alien on your desktop.

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