Chrome 31 launches with PNaCl for high-speed processing

11/13/2013 | InfoWorld

Google's release of Chrome 31 includes a Portable Native Client, or PNaCl, that allows Web developers to include C/C++ in browser-based applications. The code will allow Chrome to process complex videos and fast games. The move is part of Google's effort to make Web apps as usable as high-quality desktop software.

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