Find a way to benchmark performance of py<->js bridging #1

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rfk opened this Issue Jan 14, 2015 · 1 comment

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rfk commented Jan 14, 2015

The performance of the py<->js bridging code will be important to actually using this thing on the web, so we should find a way to quantify the overhead when compared to vanilla javascript.

One option might be to "port" an existing JS benchmark suite (e.g. sunspider or kraken) so that the objects remain in JS land but the logic lives in python. I'm sure the result would be horrifically slow, but we need to start somewhere...

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There's a minimal start on this in the repo now, closing this out

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rfk commented May 31, 2015

There's a minimal start on this in the repo now, closing this out

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