RockSalt Could Pave Way to Safe Native Apps in Browsers

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JOSHSKORN

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[citation][nom]f-14[/nom]this was so poorly written all mr. perry's diplomas from what ever schools they went to need to be revoked asap![/citation]
This is why I come to Toms to read the comments and not really the articles. Seems like when I do read articles on Toms, I need to print out the article and bust out my red pen to make corrections, then draw a happy, straight, or sad face on the top with a letter grade.
 

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Quote - "In a chemical view, NaCl stands for sodium chloride, commonly known as tablet salt. "

Really TABLET salt? Is that anything like TABLE salt? Oh I get it, it's like table salt but smaller and uses less power, right?
 

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I bet if there was a quick and easy way to edit one's posts a lot of errors would be caught and fixed my the respective authors.
 

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Compared to Google's 600 lines of code, RockSalt has only 80 and is claimed to be significantly faster.[citation][nom]freggo[/nom]I bet if there was a quick and easy way to edit one's posts a lot of errors would be caught and fixed my the respective authors.[/citation]

Indicative of Google's incredibly wasteful coding as seen on Android....
 

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[citation][nom]f-14[/nom]this was so poorly written all mr. perry's diplomas from what ever schools they went to need to be revoked asap![/citation]

If this article is poorly written, then what do you call this ^^
 
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