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March 10, 2009 / steve8

Javascript Performance in modern browsers *DOM results added

I use google chrome almost exclusively when doing the web, but I see many people using a wide variety of web browsers these days.

So I wanted to see how fast they are in the immensely popular javascript:

js6

<–relative speed. (higher is better)—>

OS: windows 7 64-bit b7048
RAM: 4GB DDR2-800
CPU: intel 2-core 3Ghz Penryn w/6MB cache
HDD: Samsung F1 7200rpm
Chipset: intel G45

v8 is http://v8.googlecode.com/svn/data/benchmarks/v3/run.html

sunspider is http://www2.webkit.org/perf/sunspider-0.9/sunspider.html

dromaeo JS is http://dromaeo.com/?dromaeo

dromaeo DOM is http://dromaeo.com/?dom|jslib|cssquery

(ie and safari 3 were not able to complete the dromaeo DOM test suite w/default settings)

note:

the 64-bit firefox I tested is not official; http://www.mozilla-x86-64.com/

google chrome 2.0.269.0 is a dev/beta build.

opera, IE, chrome, firefox, k-meleon, safari are all 32-bit unless otherwise noted.

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