Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 14th May 2010 18:28 UTC
Google "Today, we're happy to make available a developer preview of the Native Client SDK - an important first step in making Native Client more accessible as a tool for developing real web applications. When we released the research version of Native Client a year ago, we offered a snapshot of our source tree that developers could download and tinker with, but the download was big and cumbersome to use. The Native Client SDK preview, in contrast, includes just the basics you need to get started writing an app in minutes."
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reduz
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2006-02-25

That's ridiculous.

1) It's completely open spec and open source.
2) Unlike ActiveX It's not tied to windows or linux, Only a platform independent API is provided. You compile, runs everywhere
3) This is actually a huge boost to the indie developer, imagine that you want to make a game and publish it on the web, what are your choices? Flash? Unity? all closed platforms. This lets you use wathever you want and it runs everywhere.

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