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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #8109, comment 5


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Feb 15, 2011, 6:38:50 PM (9 years ago)
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BorisMoore
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  • Ticket #8109, comment 5

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    1 I have added a revision here to the perf comparison benchmark here: http://jsperf.com/dom-vs-innerhtml-based-templating/83, to correct some errors in the tests. The result is the jQuery Templates come out 12 times faster than the previous (misleading) results. The results are better than some of the other template engines, but fall quite a lot short of the fastest ones. That said, jQuery Templates does much more than those other fastest ones, (which are basically stripped down to minimal features for read-only rendering, no detection of functions, undefined, etc., with perf being in most cases their primary goal, I beleive.)
     1I have added a revision to the perf comparison benchmark here: http://jsperf.com/dom-vs-innerhtml-based-templating/83, to correct some errors in the tests. The result is the jQuery Templates come out 12 times faster than the previous (misleading) results. The results are better than some of the other template engines, but fall quite a lot short of the fastest ones. That said, jQuery Templates does much more than those other fastest ones, (which are basically stripped down to minimal features for read-only rendering, no detection of functions, undefined, etc., with perf being in most cases their primary goal, I believe.)
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    33I think that the design changes in the pipeline for Beta2 will bring some signficant perf improvement for jQuery Templates, when used in read-only scenarios...