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Google Native Client - The end of client/server side programming? [closed]
As some of you may know already, Google Native Client is going to be released with Chrome 14. Google native client is a technology that allow us to run native code(C, C++) on the web. (Cross-browser). ...
Aug 12 '11 at 13:23
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