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Gtk 3.2 Will Let You Run Applications In a Browser

March 17th, 2011 03:28 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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An anonymous reader submits this intriguing tidbit: Gtk+ 3.2 will let you run any application in a browser thanks to the new HTML5 gdk backend. That means you’ll be able to run GIMP, Gedit, a video editor or whatever, remotely (or on the same computer), using a web browser. Just imagine the possibilities!” At this point, says the article, it’s only possible with Firefox 4.

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