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WebCL November ’13 News

November news for WebCL. Please keep sending news via twitter or a comment! News The Khronos registry for the WebCL draft has moved here. Anthony Liot created a fork for WebCL on OSX. Yannick Pellet lets us know that OpenCL and WebCL are available as add-on for Tizen SDK 2.2.1. Not mentioned before: a list […]

WebCL Kernel Validator explained

Ho do you: Run untrusted code trustfully? Prevent code to crash your computer? Disallow code reading your mind? Mikael Lepistö and Rami Ylimäki of Finish company Vincit explain. They are the creators of the Khronos WebCL validator, and have figured out ways how to solve above problems: Global memory checks Private address space checks Reducing […]

WebCL October ’13 News

October was a good month for demos. It’s time to show off! Nokia’s WebCL-plugin has been updated for Firefox 25. Not much news at Samsungs’s Chromium-plugin. Motorola’s Node-WebCL was updated at the last day of October. The WebCL kernel validator has not bene finished yet. This project states the start of larger acceptation of WebCL, […]

WebCL September ’13 News

Another month of WebCL. Do you have anything to share, let us know in the comments. It is ok, if the news are not from October, as we are doing some catch-up. You might have seen at the first post that the creator of LearningWebGL, Giles Thomas, has approved of this website: “Excellent, really glad […]

WebCL August ’13 News

What has happened around WebCL the past month? Tools The WebCL-validator is still under construction. It was planned to be finished around beginning of September. The validator would add security to WebCL making it more safe to have the plugin. More info in the RFQ. WebCL-Emscripten has been improved to work with more examples from […]

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In the footsteps of various other learning-sites. Have you seen or done anything with subjects around WebCL? Tutorials Emscripten Bitcoins WebCL + WebGL LLVM Status of browser-support Kernel-validation … Or have anything to say to support the launch of this initiative? Put it in the reply, and we’ll put it in the kick off post.

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