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From Frank Wienberg <fr...@jangaroo.net>
Subject Re: [FalconJx] New JavaScript runtime format prototype
Date Thu, 20 Dec 2012 23:00:20 GMT
On Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 11:34 PM, Daniel Wasilewski <devudesign@gmail.com>wrote:

> I don't know why but it looks like it iss adding extra stars:
>
> http://fwienber.github.**com/**as-js-runtime-prototype/<http:**
> //fwienber.github.com/as-js-**runtime-prototype/<http://fwienber.github.com/as-js-runtime-prototype/>
>
> I obviously realised that, and was able to see your sources,


Sorry again for the garbled link. Using gmail...


> but it didn't change my mind about impact on performance using RequiredJS.
> It is putting you down to JQuery level pretty much.
>

See above, I disagree. JQuery introduces considerable runtime overhead,
even while the application is running.
Again, I propose to use RequireJS for class linking only, so for a normal
application, all define()/require() callbacks are done during application
start-up and then never again.
We would have to create a performance comparison that takes into account
that a class is only loaded once (involving a require() callback), but
instantiated many times without that overhead, and also that an application
does usually not consist of ten-thousands of classes (while
ten-thousands of objects are not unlikely at all). The complex enterprise
RIA we develop runs with a bit over 3000 classes.
Even if using AMD would increase start-up time by some linear factor, do
you really think start-up time / performance is so crucial that you would
sacrifice a clean dependency management that helps avoiding global
namespace pollution and allows even for circular static dependencies?

-Frank-


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> Dan
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>
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> On 12/20/2012 10:27 PM, Frank Wienberg wrote:
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>> Oops? Can you give me a pointer which link does not work? I can't
>> reproduce.
>> Maybe the new subdomain created by GitHub pages (fwienber.github.com) is
>> not "spread around the world" yet?
>>
>> On Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 11:18 PM, Daniel Wasilewski <devudesign@gmail.com
>> >wrote:
>>
>>  Btw, yes I have checked your links, but stuff on github is 404.
>>>
>>
>

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