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The W3C is planning a set of tests for developers to easily and accurately measure the performance of web applications. The group has announced formation of the Web Performance Working Group, which it said will deliver user agents and APIs to measure performance of web applications in mobile and desktop browsers and in "non- …


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Always amazes me...

Always amazes me how easily we humans slip into "my penis is bigger (by proxy)" arguments.

I really don't care if Google Chrome is 50 times faster than Firefox in executing some arbitrary JavaScript code; so long as a website take less than a couple of seconds to load, I'm good. These aren't video games, just stupid Web2.0 animated panels, irritating "lightboxes", and stupid crap like that.


Seemed not so bad

...until I saw who was chairing the thing!

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