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Timo Heinäpurola

Microsoft isn’t the only one who seems to be pushing native computing once again. We’re now seeing Google at the same table with the current beta release of Chrome. Yes, Chrome now supports native applications to be embedded in a web site and it’s just like embedding JavaScript. More information can be found in here:

The native client SDK runs a sandbox environment which means Chrome handles security of the module just like it would with JavaScript while providing the module access to 2D/3D graphics rendering, input,  multithreading, etc. without risking any principles of tranditional C++. The system should also comply with standards because the compiler is based on the default GCC compiler.

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Posted on Friday, August 12, 2011 5:56 PM | Back to top

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