27 Jan 2010 3:43 PM #1
IE beats firefox in resize speed?
I just realized in the showcase. if you resize your main browser window. It takes a little while for firefox to change while in ie it changes almost instant.
27 Jan 2010 4:39 PM #3
Does this apply to gwt?
So maybe the code will auto apply tech like instend of
it might be faster doing
MyWidget thewidget = get(i).get(j);
will there be a different in speeds ?
1 Apr 2010 8:51 AM #4
1 Apr 2010 9:31 AM #5
Adding a DOCTYPE will increase performance for Firefox. We are seeing this with FF 3.6. The increase is up to 40%. It's noticeable. This includes resizing.
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">
1 Apr 2010 11:23 AM #6
Keep in mind that adding strict doctype can have some pretty drastic performance issues in IE though, especially if you have much in the way of tables. I don't have hard numbers, but our main concern appeared to stem from trying to get the offsetHeight of lots of dom elts in IE.
1 Apr 2010 5:24 PM #7
Yes, you are correct. It's not always easy to come up with the HTML DOCTYPE/header so that all browsers perform at their best.
4 Apr 2010 9:10 AM #8
So i guess the browsers are not aware of HTML5?vg Steffen
Release Manager of TYPO3 4.5