LJ Wadowski LJ Wadowski - 4 months ago 33
Javascript Question

How to profile Javascript now that JSPerf is down?

As some of you probably noticed jsperf is down for some time. But I still need to profile my Javascripts. Is there any possibility to do comparison tests ideally without the help of an external software?


jsperf is based on benchmarkjs so using an online code editor (like jsfiddle, jsbin, plunker etc...) and including benchmarkjs as a library will do.

The only feature you won't have will be the compiled results for each browsers. This is just a temporary alternative.

Here is a jsfiddle template : https://jsfiddle.net/533hc71h/

But since we don't really care about html nor css I found plunker more suitable. Coupled with systemjs you can then separate your code into multiple files.

Here is the template : https://plnkr.co/edit/pJg5LsiSNqlc6immmGsW

*Trick to stackoverflow so I'm able to include jsfiddle and plunker links