Tuesday, July 12th, 2005

JavaScript Benchmarking

Category: JavaScript

As we get more and more interest in Ajax, and more of the web app runs via the JavaScript engine in the browsers, people are trying to see how they can perform.

One recent benchmark discusses the performance of XSLT in IE, Firefox, and compares it to native JavaScript approaches.

Conclusion

So for the best cross-browser performance going with pure Javascript is not so bad when presenting large amounts of data to the user. Further tests will look at the performance of XSL-T and Javascript for sorting data, object and class level CSS manipulation and the recently released Google Javascript XSL-T [2] implementation.

Posted by Dion Almaer at 10:41 am
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