Google’s Chrome strategy takes another step forward with the company launching tools based on Apache Cordova to get Chrome apps running on other platforms. The company demonstrated the tech last May but now developers can start using it.
Want to safely explore Middle Earth from the comfort of your phone or tablet? You’ll avoid dragons and get a taste of new web technologies at the same time: Google’s latest Chrome Experiment showcases off new web technologies for mobile devices.
Chromebook owners shouldn’t have to worry much longer if an app will work on their device: Google unveiled Portable Native Client, which lets developers code once in C or C++ and then compile the app for Chrome on x86, ARM or MIPS hardware.
Flow-based programming environment NoFlo is raising $100,000 to bring its efficient coding to the cloud — and help non-technical people read the code their engineers write.
The standard, which is being thrashed out under the auspices of the W3C, aims to standardize product and customer information in order to simplify data exchange and make it easier to set up an ecommerce site.