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Use fixed-length array in idb/indexeddb allDocs #7040

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alxndrsn commented Jan 25, 2018

I've been benchmarking db.allDocs({ keys: someIds }), and this PR may have a significant effect for some users.

Initialising arrays with a known length seems to be much faster in Chrome than using []. In Firefox, there seems to be little difference.

Running the same benchmark directly in the Chrome console* seems to have even more marked differences, but presumably there's some other factor at play:

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N.B. COUNT = 20000

*application which includes PouchDB was also loaded in this browser window.


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daleharvey commented Jan 25, 2018

So there has been efforts to try and get our performance tests ready for production, fail CI if we get performance regressions and a dashboard of what our performance looks like. If you are interested in doing that would be happy to discuss in a new issue.

As for this improvment its a simple change that doesnt complicate the code so happy to merge, thank you :)


Nice change

@daleharvey daleharvey merged commit e47400c into pouchdb:master Jan 25, 2018

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alxndrsn commented Jan 26, 2018

Thanks for merging!

Ref perf testing, I'm very interested in learning more. I'll take a look at the current suite and see if my change had any effect!

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