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February 25, 2010

Measuring Javascript Parse and Load

Any savvy web developer can tell you how many kilobytes their code consumes. They bundle, minify, compress and tune the data sent out to within an inch of its life. Wire weight is easy to measure and has a direct impact on your application's launch time. But how many milliseconds does it take the user's computer to parse and load your code once it's arrived? What differences are there between CPUs, operating systems, browsers and plugins? What speed leaks are we overlooking?

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Posted by Carlos Nossa at February 25, 2010 12:01 AM

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