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Javascript ?
Jan 21st, 2011 at 4:36am
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I was wondering if anyone knows of a quick path to
understanding the memory model of browsers and javasscript?
Just some ideas, ...

I don't have any issues that i know of but with all of the
javascript and now HTML5, ...

  


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Re: Javascript ?
Reply #1 - Jan 21st, 2011 at 11:16pm
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To be honest: I don't have much clue about the internal memory management between web browser and its javascript engine. But I could imagine that the best place to start looking would be the webkit sourcecode. It's the open source core of many modern browsers (except IE, FF and Opera Roll Eyes). But be prepared for some complex stuff in there, with all those optimizations going on. Everyone is aiming for the fasted javascript performance lately. Grin
  

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Re: Javascript ?
Reply #2 - Jan 21st, 2011 at 11:48pm
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That sounds like a good place to start.
A couple of weeks of 'in depth' study could maybe make sense of it.

Every time i set up a new javascript array, i wonder where it goes.

Man, i miss the DGROUP, Extended memory and TSRs.
When .com meant a 50 byte assembly language program ...

Off to school,


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