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Tuesday, July 8, 2014
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The Pinnacle of Native Client - Practical Chrome 29

This week on Practical Chrome we look at and try and understand Native Client vs HTML5 when it comes to Chrome Apps. One is using only web based languages such as HTML, CSS, and Javascript while the other is using much lower level languages like C that we see on Windows and MAC computers. What does this mean to us?



Video
URL: http://youtu.be/ASxOz9kndM8

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Show Notes

News

Hit Chromecast from Chrome OS Video Player - link
A little Popcorn Time for Chromecast - link
James’ Cat is running for cover - link
What do you want on your Chromecast? - link
VR Support (Oculus Rift) coming to Chrome - link
Holy Lightning… USB is Reversible - link
Hangouts go WebRTC - link
Meet Acer’s Expandable Bay Trail - link
Meet Acer’s new C720 pricing! - link
Linux Gets CRD - link

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Main

Chrome Native Client - link
An overview - link
Sample Applications written for Native Client - link
Chrome Web Store NaCl Apps (search) - link
Knackle and Pinnacle? - link
On the YouTube - link
Android App are running with Native Client… But not the same? - link

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