There are many VNC clients available on Linux, differing in their capabilities and operating system support. If you are looking for a cross-platform VNC client, you have two options: use either Java-based VNC viewers (e.g., RealVNC or TightVNC), or web-based VNC clients.
VNC web clients are typically faster than Java-based VNC viewers, and could easily be integrated into other third-party applications.
In this tutorial, I will describe how to access VNC remote desktop in web browser by using VNC web client called noVNC.
Notable commits, announcements and news @noVNC.
HTML5 WebSockets and Canvas
Online noVNC Client
A version of the noVNC client is available online here.
A convenient shortcut address is noVNC.com
Videos and Screenshots
It's not a real project until there are videos and screenshots.
This online demo plays back a recorded VNC session.
Go there, read more and download...http://kanaka.github.io/noVNC/
NoVNC - how to access VNC remote desktop in web browser by using VNC web client called noVNC
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- Browser support · kanaka/noVNC Wiki · GitHub
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