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Google’s high-performance open source JavaScript engine. Our mission: enable developers to build a faster future web.
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V8 Aug 16
🔥 JavaScript engine fundamentals: optimizing prototypes ➡️ Why do some engines have 2+ optimization tiers? ➡️ Why not just optimize everything? ➡️ How do engines speed up classes? ➡️ Bonus: One Weird Performance Trick™ by &
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V8 Aug 14
V8 v6.9 embeds built-in code into the binary’s `.text` section, reducing the median V8 heap size per website by 19%.  
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V8 Aug 7
What’s new in V8 v6.9? Reduced memory usage through embedded built-ins, faster WebAssembly startup through Liftoff, better DataView and WeakMap performance, and much more!
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V8 Aug 3
Replying to @steipete
How so? Can you elaborate please?
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V8 Aug 2
📢 Chrome 68 on Windows, Linux, Mac and ChromeOS supports SharedArrayBuffers again. Please note that Atomics.wake was renamed to Atomics.notify. More context in
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V8 Jun 21
What’s new in V8 v6.8? Reduced memory consumption and several performance improvements!
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Chrome Developers Jun 18
JavaScript modules are now supported in all major browsers!   and explain: 🔥 how to use JS modules 🚀 how to deploy JS modules responsibly ⭐️ what’s next for JS modules  
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V8 Jun 15
🎥 Video for ’s presentation titled “ECMAScript Modules: Past, Present, and Future”:
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Mathias Bynens Jun 15
What do and other JS engines have in common? How do they optimize ``? How about `array[42]`? This article + video explain it all! 🔥 JavaScript engine fundamentals: Shapes and Inline Caches 🔥 by and yours truly
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V8 Jun 14
🔥 JavaScript engines: The Good Parts™ An overview of the key fundamentals that are common to all JavaScript engines (and not just !) by and :
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V8 Jun 12
For those attending this summer: don’t miss Sergiy Byelozyorov’s presentation on how we use Python in the build and test infrastructure!
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V8 Jun 11
🚀 In Chrome 64 and Node.js v10, your JavaScript apps now continue execution while the garbage collector scans the heap to find and mark live objects! Free the main thread \o/
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V8 Jun 11
🔥 Slides for Georg Neis’s presentation titled “ECMAScript Modules: Past, Present, and Future”:
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Mathias Bynens Jun 3
🔥 JavaScript engines: The Good Parts™ Slides for the talk and I just presented at :
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Sigurd Schneider Jun 4
Thanks having me, was a pleasure! Here are the slides of my talk "Inside V8: The choreography of Ignition and TurboFan"
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Benedikt Meurer Jun 1
Come to the Google Lounge on 13:30 at tomorrow if you wanna chat about with , and me 👋
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Benedikt Meurer May 31
Slides from "Holding on to your Performance Promises" talk at Collaborator Summit Berlin'18 by and yours truly:
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V8 May 21
🔥 Modern JavaScript idioms are good for performance! 📹 In this presentation, explains why. 🚀 Widening the fast-path of TurboFan builtins
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V8 May 16
🔥 What is WebAssembly, what can it do, and how can you use it today? ’s talk has the answers:
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Mathias Bynens May 14
JavaScript modules now work in all major browsers, and Node.js has experimental support! It’s now possible to run the exact same modules, in the exact same files, both on the web and on Node.js. 🤯
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