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Google and various game developers recently showed off the early fruits of their Native Client efforts. Chrome Native Client is designed to make it easier for developers to write sophisticated Web apps more quickly and with less strain.
Google and various game developers recently showed off the early fruits of their Native Client efforts. Chrome Native Client is designed to make it easier for developers to write sophisticated Web apps more quickly and with less strain. “This is exciting to users because it enables applications that were previously confined to the desktop to come to the Web,” said Google’s Claudine Beaumont.

Google showed off the results of its Native Client SDK at an in-house event recently, highlighting some of the ways early adopters such as Square Enix, Unity Technologies and Bungie have used the Web development technology.

Google originally launched the Native Client SDK in beta toward the end of last summer in an effort to integrate Web-building tools with compiled code in one easy-to-use browser. The company aims to simplify the jobs of developers by making it possible to run code natively in Chrome.

Now that developers and content producers — mostly those of interactive games or other apps with heavy computations such as photo or video editing — have had some time to play around with the product, games and apps are starting to debut under Native Client.

Those game developers recently had a chance to showcase what they’ve been able to do with Native Client, or NaCl — the chemical formula name for table salt

ref: http://www.technewsworld.com/story/Googles-Native-Client-Makes-Web-Apps-More-Desktoppy-73949.html

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