$ git clone git://github.com/killdream/promises-benchmark $ cd promises-benchmark $ npm install $ make benchmark
You can run
make benchmark-harmony to run tests with semi-coroutines by way
of Harmony generators. Just note that this will only work on Node v0.11.2. You
can use n to make that easier for you ;3
- Processing tweets to discover trends and topic relationships.
The application searches the latest 100 tweets for a topic (hashtag), and scrapes all topics that are related to the initial one, as well as noting which users are talking about which topic. In the end, the program presents a summary that shows the trends and relationships between those topics and people. Everything is done in real-time, without caching.
- Hot-compilation of development assets.
A web server provides end-points to compile development resources (in this case, Browserify bundles) on-the-go, and caches the results such that people don't need to wait a full minute for each reload. All responses are asynchronously sent over HTTP.
- Processing lists of mixed timed values.
Data-processing functions work on a List that might contain either asynchronous values or synchronous values. The synchronous values might be the result of a memoised function for performance reasons.
MIT. Do whatever you want.