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    umen is offline Junior Member
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    Default can i use c++ with as back-end with chrome browser plugin development ?

    Hi
    im new to Chrome development i like to develop plugin
    but with c++ backend , what options does Chrome gives me?

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    yes you can ... but it's far from being easy

    http://code.google.com/chrome/extensions/npapi.html

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    umen is offline Junior Member
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    Default what option do i have if i like to start native application from chrom plugin

    i like to execute native c++ application from chrome to set input and get its output

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    sarjoor is offline Senior Member
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    Exactly. So start reading from the link provided by devnull69 and then go onto the referenced link for for Mozilla's NPAPI plugin reference.

    All C++ based plugins for all browsers, Chrome, Opera, Firefox, Safari, IE, are all NPAPI plugins.

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