I created a benchmark on both jsperf.com and jsben.ch, however, they're giving substantially different results.  JSPerf: https://jsperf.com/join-vs-template-venryx JSBench: http://jsben.ch/9DaxR  Note that the code blocks are exactly the same.  O...
I often see arguments between Classical (faked via some library), Pseudo-Classical and Prototypal Inheritance mention "efficiency." However, I've never seen any data backing any of this kind of stuff up. Not to mention "efficiency"...
I wrote a benchmark that calculates the sum of the first 10000 primes and compared Rust to JavaScript. JavaScript on NodeJS is the fastest among Rust, Scala, and Java. Even though the programs intentionally use a functional style for testing primalit...
The situation  When writing high-performance JavaScript code, the standard profiling tools offered by Chrome et al are not always sufficient. They only seem to offer function-level granularity and it can be quite time-consuming to drill down and find...
I was trying to benchmark the gain/loss of "caching" math.floor, in hopes that I could make calls faster.    Here was the test:   <html> <head> <script> window.onload = function() {   var startTime = new Date().getTime();...
i am currently investigating possibilities for profiling/benchmarking javascript code in terms of runtime behavior. I know that there are some decent tools if you run the code in your browser (firebug, chrome dev-tools, etc.), but I am looking for a...
For a long time, I had thought of C++ being faster than JavaScript. However, today I made a benchmark script to compare the speed of floating point calculations in the two languages and the result is amazing!  JavaScript appears to be almost 4 times...
(I am not sure if this should be on https://softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/ or not, please comment if you think so)  I am about to create a benchmark for WebGL implementations for my bachelor thesis. I am unsure what kind of tests I should cre...
I'm looking for the best tool for benchmarking the speed of JavaScript interpreters.   Preferably this shouldn't be a tool written by a conflicted party such as Mozilla or Google, although I understand that these might give the most accurate...
i have read articles that say:   using the prototype will be fastest since functions declared are shared. more detail was explained in this article where tapping JS native prototype will increase performance as compared to using 'improvisions'...

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