Posts Tagged ‘spidermonkey’

Getting Faster With TraceMonkey

Mike Shaver has an awesome blog post on work to speed up JavaScript. Granted Firefox 3.0 is pretty fast already, 4.0 is shaping up to put 3.0 to shame. For those who don’t want to read it all, here’s what you really should know: The goal of the TraceMonkey project — which is still in […]

Embedded JavaScript For Web 3.0

John Resig has an interesting blog post on embedded JavaScript. It’s something I’ve been thinking about for a little while. It would be awesome to see a PHP extension to embed SpiderMonkey into PHP. As far as I’m aware Facebook is the only one that’s taken a step in that direction with FBJS, which uses […]