danhhingalls at gmail.com
Sat Mar 12 00:45:14 CET 2011
It's really true.
Before: 30M ops/sec 1M sends/sec
After: 150M ops/sec 4M sends/sec
I found some erratic behavior running normal Lively pages -- we'll be tracking that down in the next couple of weeks.
I haven't had a chance to try a new iPad, but the extra processor should make a difference as well.
Think Live Web
>On Mar 3, 2011, at 3:00 PM, Casey Ransberger wrote:
>> It would seem Safari is getting a new JS engine. Apple is touting "up to twice" the performance in Safari; that's almost certainly not coming out of a macro benchmark, though, so I strongly doubt that anyone with an app will see that much of a boost.
>> All the same, faster JS might be good for Lively on iOS, where perf is currently more pain than I can tolerate for more than a few minutes at a time.
>> This is supposed to be coming with iOS 4.3.
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