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    MrSparks, any chance you can run the same test and post results for IE9?

    My $.02: IE is unfortunately the dominant business browser and any business-oriented web app must be useable on IE (and this means IE8 (or lower) now and for some time to come). Ext version 3 was borderline too slow on IE8 and version 4 was promised to be faster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rich02818 View Post
    MrSparks, any chance you can run the same test and post results for IE9?

    My $.02: IE is unfortunately the dominant business browser and any business-oriented web app must be useable on IE (and this means IE8 (or lower) now and for some time to come). Ext version 3 was borderline too slow on IE8 and version 4 was promised to be faster.
    @Rich02818,

    Only have Windows XP this end, so no IE 9 unfortunately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rich02818 View Post
    MrSparks, any chance you can run the same test and post results for IE9?

    My $.02: IE is unfortunately the dominant business browser and any business-oriented web app must be useable on IE (and this means IE8 (or lower) now and for some time to come). Ext version 3 was borderline too slow on IE8 and version 4 was promised to be faster.
    Concur - I know I'll have customers who for whatever reason are still on IE6 and won't budge. Ultimately, they'll have to move, but good IE8 support is critical (as I'm sure Sencha would agree).

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrSparks View Post
    @Rich02818,

    Only have Windows XP this end, so no IE 9 unfortunately.
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    Themes test measured on a laptop, core i3 2.40GHz, 4GB RAM, Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

    IE9:
    1.2 sec 3.4.0
    1.1 sec 4.1 pr1

    Chrome:
    .84 sec 3.4.0
    .95 sec 4.1 pr1

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    Themes test measured on desktop Core i7 2.67GHz, 12G RAM, Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. The test is loaded first, and the times are for reloads only.

    IE8
    1.26 sec 3.4.0
    2.24 sec 4.1 pr1
    ** Much improvement needed....4.1 takes 78% longer than 3.4.0.

    Chrome:
    .62 sec 3.4.0
    .70 sec 4.1 pr1

    FF 3.6
    1.86 sec 3.4.0
    1.56 sec 4.1 pr1

    Safari
    .47 sec 3.4.0
    .51 sec 4.1 pr1

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    Just updated test for 4.1.0 gpl.


    On IE8 there is no improvement vs 4.1 pr1, however, on Chrome 4.1.0 is almost 20% slower than 4.1 pr1.


    So 4.1.0 is 56% slower than 3.4.0 on Chrome and 83% slower than 3.4.0 on IE8.


    Themes test measured on desktop Core i7 2.67GHz, 12G RAM, Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. The test is loaded first, and the times are for reloads only.


    Averages of 10 consecutive reloads via F5:


    IE8
    1.22 sec 3.4.0
    2.24 sec 4.1.0 identical to 4.1 pr1
    ** Still much improvement needed....4.1 takes 78% longer than 3.4.0.


    Chrome:
    .53 sec 3.4.0
    .83 sec 4.1.0 (was .70 on 4.1 pr1)


    Raw data below:


    Ave times in secs Chrome 18.0.1025.162 m IE 8.0.7601.17514
    3.4.0 0.533 1.223
    4.1.0 0.832 2.236


    ratio 4.1.0/3.4.0 156% 183%

    Individual run times:
    4.1.0 Chrome 4.1.0 IE8
    0.825 2.380
    0.840 2.061
    0.935 2.017
    0.792 2.014
    0.835 1.934
    0.794 2.375
    0.766 2.380
    0.813 2.390
    0.801 2.391
    0.915 2.414

    3.4.0 Chrome 3.4.0 IE8
    0.545 1.300
    0.552 1.290
    0.545 1.303
    0.543 1.178
    0.531 1.179
    0.522 1.198
    0.526 1.186
    0.525 1.191
    0.517 1.183
    0.521 1.226

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    Quote Originally Posted by rich02818 View Post
    Themes test measured
    Just a point worth mentioning... the Themes example in v4 has a lot more to it than v3 Themes.

    If you want to compare apples to apples here, you'll want to port the v3 Themes example to v4 and measure.

    I did this some months ago out of curiosity and it was a 10%-15% difference between the v4 Themes and the v3-Themes-on-v4.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dongryphon View Post
    Just a point worth mentioning... the Themes example in v4 has a lot more to it than v3 Themes.

    If you want to compare apples to apples here, you'll want to port the v3 Themes example to v4 and measure.

    I did this some months ago out of curiosity and it was a 10%-15% difference between the v4 Themes and the v3-Themes-on-v4.
    Actually, we want Sencha to compare apples to apples and report the results...as requested earlier. Don't you have any v3 vs v4 benchmark tests that are being used?

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