Native Client SDK Developer Preview Released

Google released a “developer preview of the “Native Client SDK,” includes just basics you need to get started writing an app in minutes: a GCC-based compiler for creating x86-32 or x86-64 binaries from C or C++ source code, ports of popular open source projects like zlib, Lua, and libjpeg, and few samples that’ll help you […]

Google released a “developer preview of the “Native Client SDK,” includes just basics you need to get started writing an app in minutes: a GCC-based compiler for creating x86-32 or x86-64 binaries from C or C++ source code, ports of popular open source projects like zlib, Lua, and libjpeg, and few samples that’ll help you get you started developing with NPAPI Pepper Extensions. Taken together, SDK lets you write C/C++ code that works seamlessly in Chromium and gives you access to powerful APIs to build your real web apps,” writes Google. To get started download;

Download: Native Client SDK | recent build of Chromium

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