Linked by Adam S on Fri 19th Sep 2008 14:26 UTC, submitted by Hakime
Internet & Networking Just three months ago, we announced SquirrelFish, a major revamp of our JavaScript engine featuring a high-performance bytecode interpreter. Today we’d like to announce the next generation of our JavaScript engine - SquirrelFish Extreme (or SFX for short). SquirrelFish Extreme uses more advanced techniques, including fast native code generation, to deliver even more JavaScript performance. Benchmarks can be found Squirrelfish Extreme benchmarks can be found on the "Summer of Javascriptcore" blog. As seen, it claims to be faster than both Squirrelfish, Google's V8, and the upcoming Firefox javascript engine, Tracemonkey.
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RE[2]: Yeah!
by michi on Fri 19th Sep 2008 18:33 UTC in reply to "RE: Yeah!"
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I expect web applications to be no slower than desktop applications.

Just install Windows Vista and you can make that a reality today:)

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RE[3]: Yeah!
by Liquidator on Fri 19th Sep 2008 19:08 in reply to "RE[2]: Yeah!"
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Nahhh!!...That's not true ;)

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