Chrome To Deprecate ‘PNaCl,’ Embrace New ‘WebAssembly’ Standard

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It was so you can add flavor to your website.

Another technology that if learned is now completely useless. The older I get the more disgusted I get with all the wasted energy.
 

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You're not wrong. They have fun with chemistry. Even the "chromium" project in itself. :p

"NaCl denotes sodium chloride, common table salt; as a pun, the name of pepper was also used. Pepper API is a cross-platform, open-source API for creating Native Client modules."
 

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About as many as bothered updating their Java-based code to run on something newer than Java 1.7. Actually, a lot less since NaCl wasn't widely used.
 

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Maybe they can claim they're "healthier" since they're "lower sodium", LOL
 
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