Mozilla adds subset code to speed JavaScript

05/24/2013 | Ars Technica

Mozilla has introduced a subset language for JavaScript called asm.js as part of an effort to speed up code performance. The subset language optimizes JavaScript by using only a few, narrowly defined features and makes JavaScript 69% faster, or 68% of the speed of native code.

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