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Crosswalk Project

Many web applications need more than just a browser – they need all the features of a native application.

Description

Value of the Crosswalk Project

Many web applications need more than just a browser – they need all the features of a native application.  The Crosswalk Project is a web runtime for web applications which allows developers ability to build applications using HTML5, CSS, and Javascript.  It provides all the features of a modern browser, combined with deep device integration and an API for adding native extensions.  The Crosswalk Project supports extra features which are not available in either the Chrome or Android webview, such as experimental support for SIMD and support for the Presentation API.


Who It’s For

The Crosswalk Project has two audiences.  The first is those who wish to join the community and contribute to the open source project.  The second is application developers building native-like applications for Android and Tizen stores.  Application developers can also use the free Intel® XDK to develop apps using the Crosswalk Project.


Project Specifics

The Crosswalk Project is open source, released under a BSD license, with upstream contributions to Chromium and Blink.  Applications can be developed using HTML5, CSS, and Javascript.  The project was founded by Intel's Open Source Technology Center.


About Intel Involvement

Intel works to make web applications first-class citizens on native platforms. This is done by contributing to standardization efforts at W3C, as well as bringing new device capabilities to the web platform.