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Old 05-14-2010, 08:00 AM   #1
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LXer: Google heats up native code for Chrome OS

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Google has released a preliminary software development kit for Native Client, its native-code browser plug-in. The company unveiled its Native Client SDK "developer preview" with a blog post on Wednesday, calling it "an important first step in making Native Client more accessible as a tool for developing real web applications." Google released a research version of Native Client a year ago - including a snapshot of its source tree - and this allowed for application development. But until now there was no formal SDK.



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