I read the stuff about NPAPI and ActiveX browser plugins, but just noticed that Chrome will be dropping NPAPI support soon, so I'm actaully wondering: what should be used nowadays to build a web browser application using an existing (or new) C++ JUCE codebase? (if still possible at all)
I read NaCl is Google's alternative, but then that's only for Chrome.
Any ideas about what to use for browser-based apps that can run C++ code?
Or is low-level audio support in HTML5 now good enough and supported in all the latest major browsers (Chrome, IE, Safari, FireFox) to go that route?