This week, the Chromium offered a sneak peak to it’s Native Client SDK. This enables the to process C and C++ in the client and interface these methods and encapsulations with HTML and JavaScript. Additionally, the provides bridges to portable graphics and audio engines in an attempt to further configure the browser for visual processing speed. Sponsor Why Do Web Clients Need C++? It seems particularly appealing to have the ability to have more graphics power and speed by using native libraries for C and C++

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