Google's 64-bit Native Client Enables Screaming Fast Web Applications
Google also announced a plan that will remove the need for developers to focus on specific processors. The Native Client, or NaCl for short, is extended by Google's new Portable Native Client variation, PNaCl, pronounced "pinnacle". In a recent paper, Google stated that "PNaCl should make it easy for developers to write their application once and be confident that it will execute, with identical behavior, on every platform supported by Native Client."
Although it is still in prototype form, Google is getting PNaCl ready to be the defacto technology that developers use with most processors. Google's engineering manager of Native Client, Brad Chen, recently stated in an interview that "We'd like PNaCl to be the main way people deploy these applications."
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