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  2. Chromium Embedded Framework - Wikipedia

    The Chromium Embedded Framework ( CEF) is an open-source software framework for embedding a Chromium web browser within another application. This enables developers to add web browsing functionality to their application, as well as the ability to use HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to create the application's user interface (or just portions of it).

  3. Google Native Client - Wikipedia

    Google Native Client. Google Native Client ( NaCl) is a discontinued sandboxing technology for running either a subset of Intel x86, ARM, or MIPS native code, or a portable executable, in a sandbox. It allows safely running native code from a web browser, independent of the user operating system, allowing web apps to run at near-native speeds ...

  4. Google Chrome Frame - Wikipedia

    The plug-in worked with Internet Explorer 6, 7, 8 and 9. It allowed suitably coded web pages to be displayed in Internet Explorer by Google Chrome's versions of the WebKit layout engine and V8 JavaScript engine. In a test by Computerworld, JavaScript code ran 10 times faster with the plug-in on Internet Explorer 8.

  5. Browser extension - Wikipedia

    Browser extension. A browser extension is a software module for customizing a web browser. Browsers typically allow users to install a variety of extensions, including user interface modifications, cookie management, ad blocking, and the custom scripting and styling of web pages. [1]

  6. Chromium (web browser) - Wikipedia

    Chromium is a free and open-source web browser project, primarily developed and maintained by Google. It is a widely-used codebase, providing the vast majority of code for Google Chrome and many other browsers, including Microsoft Edge, Samsung Internet, and Opera.

  7. Google Web Server - Wikipedia

    License. Proprietary. Google Web Server (GWS) is proprietary web server software that Google uses for its web infrastructure. GWS is used exclusively inside Google's ecosystem for website hosting. In 2008 GWS team was led by Bharat Mediratta. [1] GWS is sometimes described as one of the most guarded components of Google's infrastructure.