Duetto Turns Into the C++ compiler for Web applications, Now Known as Cheerp

By HTMLGoodies Staff

Cheerp, formerly known as Duetto, has been released by Leaning Technologies. It now compiles integrated C/C++ applications into JavaScript for the front-end, and native code backend has been released. The intention is that you can use it to port desktop applications to the Web, or to develop interactive Web applications from scratch. The developers say Cheerp is better than existing compile-to-JS tools because of the features it offers. You can use browser features such as WebGL from your C or C++ code with no need for wrappers or re-implementation. The Cheerp programming guide says that when using any browser API with Cheerp, you are directly accessing the implementation which provided by the browser, so there is no implementation or abstraction layer inside Cheerp. Continue reading here.

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