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Old 08-27-2008, 11:30 AM   #1
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LXer: Firefox to Gulp JavaScript Faster With New TraceMonkey Feature

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Mozilla has announced the launch of a new feature for its Firefox Web browser designed to make it perform faster. Called"TraceMonkey," the feature is an evolution of Firefox's SpiderMonkey JavaScript engine and will be built into Firefox 3.1, according to the company. To increase JavaScript speeds by an order of magnitude or more, Mozilla designed TraceMonkey with a new type of just-in-time compiler.



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