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Publications and Presentations
This page lists Native Client and Portable Native Client talks, demos, and publications from various conferences and academic symposiums.
Recent talks and demos
|2013/05/16||Google I/O 2013||Introduction to Portable Native Client|
|2012/12/11||Google Developers Live||Native Client Acceleration Modules Learn how to use Native Client to deliver performance where it counts (source code)|
|2012/07/26||Casual Connect Seattle 2012||Take your C++ To the Web with Native Client Includes an overview of Native Client technology, porting legacy applications from the Windows desktop, and current third-party use of Native Client in middleware and games|
|2012/06/28||Google I/O 2012||Native Client Live Demonstrates how to port an existing C application to Native Client using a Visual Studio add-in that lets developers debug their code as a trusted Chrome plugin|
|2012/06/28||Google I/O 2012||The Life of a Native Client Instruction (slides)|
|2012/03/05||GDC 2012||Get Your Port On Porting Your C++ Game to Native Client|
|2011/08/12||—||Native Client Update and Showcase|
|2010/11/04||2010 LLVM Developers’ Meeting||Portable Native Client|
|Language-Independent Sandboxing of Just-In-Time Compilation and Self-Modifying Code||Jason Ansel, Petr Marchenko, Úlfar Erlingsson, Elijah Taylor, Brad Chen, Derek Schuff, David Sehr, Cliff L. Biffle, Bennet S. Yee||ACM SIGPLAN Conference on Programming Language Design and Implementation (PLDI), 2011|
|Adapting Software Fault Isolation to Contemporary CPU Architectures||David Sehr, Robert Muth, Cliff L. Biffle, Victor Khimenko, Egor Pasko, Bennet S. Yee, Karl Schimpf, Brad Chen||19th USENIX Security Symposium, 2010, pp. 1-11|
|Native Client: A Sandbox for Portable, Untrusted x86 Native Code||Bennet S. Yee, David Sehr, Greg Dardyk, Brad Chen, Robert Muth, Tavis Ormandy, Shiki Okasaka, Neha Narula, Nicholas Fullagar||IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (Oakland ‘09), 2009|
|PNaCl: Portable Native Client Executables||Alan Donovan, Robert Muth, Brad Chen, David Sehr||February 2010|
In these articles outside developers and Google engineers describe their experience porting libraries and applications to Native Client and Portable Native Client. They share their insights and provide some tips and instructions for how to port your own code.
Porting Nebula3 to Portable Native Client
Porting Go Home Dinosaurs
Fire Hose Games developed a new webgame Go Home Dinosaurs. It features tower defense, dinosaurs, and good old fashioned BBQ. This article explains their experiences developing for Native Client including useful lessons learned to help you get started.