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  1. The most bugged page speeds up so much

    Author: xMarwyc 12.07.19 - 14:12

    and yet I have the feeling that despite HipHop and the like, FB is running like a snail.

  2. Re: The most bugged page speeds up so much

    Author: goggi 12.07.19 - 19:36

    Yep ... the site, when I visit it again, is quite a fail. Slow and bugged

  3. Re: The most buggy page speeds up so much

    Author: twothe 13.07.19 - 10:12

    JavaScript compared to a native app, we're talking about a performance loss thanks to JavaScript of a factor of 5-8, depending on the application. This means that the good 3 GHz processor is converted to a 500 MHz processor using JavaScript.

    Even if Facebook doubles the execution time, it's still sluggishly slow.

  4. Re: The most bugged page speeds up so much

    Author: avocado 13.07.19 - 19:03

    That's rubbish...

    I develop apps based on different stacks and absolutely cannot understand your statement.

    Badly programmed apps, yes, they like to slow down. But if you use the functions of the new ECMAScripr Specs, you have a very good performance.

    Javascript is also used by mkttlerwrile on the server side and, depending on the application, has a better performance than Java, PHP, etc.

    Lg

  5. Re: The most bugged page speeds up so much

    Author: Anonymous user 13.07.19 - 22:28

    twothe wrote:
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    > JavaScript compared to a native app, we're talking about one
    > Loss of performance thanks to JavaScript by a factor of 5-8, depending on the application. I.e.
    > the good 3 GHz processor is converted to approx. one by JavaScript
    > 500 MHz processor slowed down.
    >
    > Even if Facebook doubles the execution time, it still is
    > sluggishly slow.
    It's a shame if you have no idea. The comparisons of various frameworks turned out surprisingly good for React-Native. Still measurably slower but often negligible when used.

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