Writing Fast, Memory-Efficient JavaScript Writing Fast, Memory-Efficient JavaScript / tutorial / free

http://coding.smashingmagazine.com/2012/11/05/w...

JavaScript engines such as Google’s V8 (Chrome, Node) are specifically designed for the fast execution of large JavaScript applications. As you develop, you should be aware of some of what’s going on behind the scenes.
1 favorite
submitted about 4 years ago, by SkinnyGeek1010
Writing Fast, Memory-Efficient JavaScript popular tutorial

2 Comments

arbor

So many things to learn, so little time... I'm really liking the idea of a reading list in addition to favorites, so I can bang resources like these out daily and quickly

arbor, about 4 years ago

SkinnyGeek1010

Man I hear you! Have you tried using Instapaper to sync a 'read it later' list on your desktop and mobile? I tend you add them to that and then read them on the cal-train (actually i'm reading that article on the train right now... weird lol). Firefox also has a save to stack idea coming up, looks pretty nice https://blog.mozilla.org/ux/2012/10/save-for-later/

SkinnyGeek1010, about 4 years ago


Login or to comment.

Tutorials are any resources you learn from.

Examples: an intro to html5 screencast, a pdf about git, photoshop effects tutorials, meta-programming in ruby, lambda calculus, higher-order fixed-point combinators.

Tools are websites, apps or services used -on- your project (indirectly), to aid the process.

Examples: A color scheme generator, email marketing software, usability heat maps, css3 code generators, a downloadable png compressor.

Assets are downloadable files used -in- your projects, usually as code, textures, or images.

Examples: a jquery sticky menu, photoshop brushes, background textures, mvc frameworks, twitter bootstrap, 960 grid system.