Google has decided to release as open source several of its key application development tools, hoping that they will prove useful for external programmers to build faster web applications.
Google has used the tools in some of its most popular web applications, including Gmail, Google Docs and Google Maps, said Amit Agarwal, a Google product manager.
"By enabling and allowing developers to use the very same tools that Google uses, we hope that they can not only build rich applications but also make the web really, really fast. That's our primary motive in getting these tools outside to the global community," he said.
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