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The collaborative work on this codec could eliminate the need for DRM in movies and games with HTML5 watermarking, as well as allow streaming resource-intensive native applications hosted in the cloud directly to browsers.
Native PC Windows Apps without Plugins Now Possible in HTML5
ORBX.js is intended to allow users to run professional desktop applications, which previously required a Windows or Linux desktop PC, through a standard HTML5 Web page, without requiring any plugins or native code extensions.
The firm states that the addition of ORBX.js, asm.js, and Emscripten continues to accelerate the movement away from native PC apps to Web apps.