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A Real World HTML 5 Benchmark

December 24th, 2010 12:52 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

KidCompy writes “The newest browsers boast huge performance improvements, but how much do you trust benchmarks trotted out to prove those claims? Do they reflect the real uses to which developers will put HTML 5 and JavaScript? We’ve extracted several benchmarks from our existing programs to measure actual versus theoretical performance.”

Source: A Real World HTML 5 Benchmark

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