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Deprecation of the technologies described here has been announced
for platforms other than ChromeOS.<br/>
Please visit our
<a href="/native-client/migration">migration guide</a>
for details.
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<h1 id="id1">Quick-start</h1>
<p>To get started with Native Client:</p>
<ol class="arabic simple">
<li>Read the <a class="reference internal" href="/native-client/overview.html"><em>Technical Overview</em></a> to understand what Native
Client is, how a Native Client application is structured and to get a feel
for what you need to do to port existing code.</li>
<li>Play with some of the applications in the <a class="reference external" href="community/application-gallery">Application Gallery</a> to see what others have done so far.</li>
<li>Go through the <a class="reference internal" href="/native-client/devguide/tutorial/tutorial-part1.html"><em>Getting Started Tutorial</em></a>. The
tutorial walks you through how to get Native Client set up for the first
time and check for browser version compatibility.</li>
<li>Download the <a class="reference internal" href="/native-client/sdk/download.html"><em>Native Client SDK</em></a> and take a look at some
of the examples. You can learn how to build and run the example applications
on the <a class="reference internal" href="/native-client/sdk/examples.html"><em>Running the SDK Examples</em></a> page.</li>
<li>Browse through the <a class="reference internal" href="/native-client/devguide/index.html"><em>Developer&#8217;s Guide</em></a> and the
<a class="reference internal" href="/native-client/pepper_stable/index.html"><em>Pepper API</em></a> reference documentation. The
<a class="reference internal" href="/native-client/glossary.html"><em>Glossary</em></a> defines some terms and names commonly used
throughout the documentation.</li>