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Dec 17, Chris added it. Data Access Concepts such as the scope chain and prototype chain can affect your overall script performance.
Programming the Mobile Web. Certain chapters still hold relevant nuggets of advice but overall this book is no longer a must read, in particular all of the browser benchmarks need to be rerun on modern browsers.
Paperbackpages. Strings and Regular Expressions Poor string-handling performance in browsers, work around methods is explained Responsive Interfaces User experience, several techniques is discussed to ensure that the user interface remains responsive at all times.
A refinement here, a re-factor there Concepts such as the scope chain and prototype chain can affect your overall script performance. The first 3 chapters are critically important for every project.
How slow is “slow? Good book for or so. I’ve spent many years working with Perl, had the college-level course in deterministic finite automata, etc. You’ve successfully reported this review. Java For High-performxnce Quick Reference. Where is the updated version? Full of outdated advice and old benchmarks.
It could also have been that back then the Nook Color? As the foreword notes at the time the high-performnce was written the browser landscape was drastically different than it is as we start Your display name should be at least 2 characters long.
How to write a great review. Python 3 Web Development Beginner’s Guide. After three or four false starts, Xakas was able to read this book until it was done.
The Good Partsand even though this isn’t as pure or high-performanec as Crockford’s, it gives some nice, practical advice that goes well with the more philosophical Crockford book. I think the book’s age references IE4 actually helps it in some ways, as it discusses guidelines and practices for improved performance on browsers much less powerful than we have now.
You’ll learn how to improve execution time, downloading, interaction with the DOM, page life cycle, and more. Oracle Utilities Pocket Reference.