Qt Being Ported To Google Chrome / Native Client
Written by Michael Larabel in Qt on 19 June 2015 at 01:33 PM EDT. 12 Comments
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The Qt Company revealed today their work-in-progress port of Qt to Chrome / Google Native Client.

A new wip/nacl branch has been made in the public now after The Qt Company did all of the initial development behind closed doors but are now ready to open it up and accept contributions.

NaCl Qt has been tested so far with Qt Widgets and Qt Quick using both raster and OpenGL graphics.

Google Native Client (NaCl) is the Chrome browser's sandboxing technology for running a subset of x86/ARM/MIPS code within a sandbox in the browser. Native Client provides near-native speeds and also runs on Chrome OS.

More details via the mailing list announcement.
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