Native Client SDK with ARM; Google Cloud Platform on GitHub; Google Drive SDK Early Access Program

Native Client SDK now supports ARM devices, from version 25 and onwards. In 2013, the next gen NaCI, called Portable Native Client, will introduce true architecture-independence by using LLVM bitcode as the wire format. Google Cloud Platform repositories now on GitHub. Google call developers to join Google Drive SDK early access program.

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Native Client (NaCl), which enables Chrome to run high-performance apps compiled from your C and C++ code--now support ARM.

Google Native Client SDK, staring version 25 (and onwards) now support ARM devices. With this, "developers will be able to reach users on ARM devices by simply adding an ARM .nexe to app those using Native Client and newlib and making a small adjustment to the Native Client manifest," Google said.

"While this will help provide more apps to users with ARM devices, we're far from done. In 2013 the next generation of Native Client, called Portable Native Client, will introduce true architecture-independence by using LLVM bitcode as the wire format," Google adds.

"With Portable Native Client, we'll be able to support not just today's architectures, but also those of tomorrow - and developers won't have to recompile their app." added Google.

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Google Cloud Platform on GitHub

In other developer news, Google Cloud Platform is now avialable on GitHub! and currently has 36 public repositories.

"The GitHub organization for the Google Cloud Platform is your destination for samples and tools relating to App Engine, BigQuery, Compute Engine, Cloud SQL, and Cloud Storage," Google announced.

From getting started with Python on Google Cloud Storage to monitoring your Google Compute Engine instances with App Engine, GitHub organization is home to it all. "Some of these repositories are currently undergoing their initial code reviews, which you can follow on the repo," google adds.

Google is calling Google Drive developers to join Google Drive SDK early access program. "We are looking for trusted testers for what will be a short and intense pre-release phase of the Drive Realtime API," Google stated.

"Participants will get early access to upcoming features and the opportunity to shape the direction of the SDK that include Google Drive Realtime API," google blogged.

The Realtime API, "allow you to use the technology that powers the realtime collaboration features of Google products such as Google Docs and Google Sheets in your own application." "It will handle all aspects of data transmission, storage, and conflict resolution when multiple users are editing," adds Google.

For more on Google Drive SDK early access program, visit here.

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