Google has announced that the company is ending support for Portable Native Client (PNaCl) in favor of WebAssembly, a new portable format used for compilation to the Web. In the first quarter of 2018, PNaCl support will end everywhere except for inside Chrome Apps and Extensions.
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A critical security update for WP REST API Plugin has been released which fixes a serious information disclosure vulnerability affecting all previous versions of the plugin.
Creative Market, an online marketplace featuring handcrafted design content such as graphics, templates, themes and fonts, has just announced the upcoming release of the new Creative Market API which allows developers to integrate the Creative Market platform into websites, applications and other services. Creative Market also launched a new Photoshop extension that uses the Creative Market API to provide Photoshop users access to premium design content from within the Photoshop program.
According to Mozilla, more than half a billion browser add-ons are in use on Firefox alone. But unlike an app in an App Store, browser add-ons cost nothing to use. So browser add-on developers like us have had to turn to other options to generate revenue for our hard work.
Google has just released a new open source web API that allows developers to create interactive 3D applications in the browser. O3D, which runs on both Windows and Mac (and even Linux with some tweaking), is provided as a plugin that will run on most popular browsers such as Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome, and Internet Explorer (more details at our Google O3D API Profile).
Google has released version 5.0 of its Google Earth Plugin (our Google Earth API profile), a browser plugin that enables users to load Google Earth in the browser. The latest release includes several new features that make the plugin, and its corresponding API, even more valuable for geospatial visualization.