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What does proposed Google Chrome code blocking mean for Java EE Tomcat development and HTML [message #1777716] Sat, 02 December 2017 07:24
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With Google's proposed code blocking for the Chrome browser, what will this mean anything for Eclipse Java EE Tomcat development on the local computer? WIll I still be able to locally launch my Tomcat app in Chrome? Also If I double click on an HTML file locally, will it still launch in the browser? How about launching an HTML file from Notepad++? Thanks for any replies.
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