Intel's Multi-Core JavaScript Project Now Available to Developers

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This week Intel announced that it has released RivertTrail, its data parallel JavaScript extension for Firefox, which provides multi-core development functionality for standard applications.

Intel said the concept behind RivertTrail was to enable developers to avoid the typical complexities that often arise with parallel programming, including locks and hacks associated with keeping apps "in line."

This week Intel announced that it has released RivertTrail, its data parallel JavaScript extension for Firefox, which provides multi-core development functionality for standard applications.

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