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AS3 vs. JavaScript Performance Followup (November 2013)

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It’s been about seven months since my last test of AS3 versus JavaScript and there have been several major releases of both browsers and the Flash Player. Today, we pit every major browser against each other and Flash Player itself to get an updated picture of which provides the fastest scripting environment on the web.

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AS3 vs. JavaScript Performance Followup (April 2013)

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It’s been about a year and a half since my last test of AS3 versus JavaScript and there have been several major releases of both browsers and the Flash Player. Today, we pit every major browser against each other and Flash Player itself to get an updated picture of which provides the fastest scripting environment on the web.

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AS3 vs. AS3

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One frequent request I get on my AS3 vs. JavaScript series is to test AS3 in more environments. Today I’m doing just that and testing its performance in browsers (plugin and ActiveX control) and standalone/projector mode across Mac OS and Windows operating systems. Does it make any difference? Read on to find out!

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AS3 vs. JavaScript Performance Followup (November 2011)

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It’s been about 8 months since my last test of AS3 versus JavaScript and there have been several major releases of both browsers and the Flash Player. Today, we pit every major browser against each other and Flash Player itself to get an updated picture of which provides the fastest scripting environment on the web.

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AS3 vs. JavaScript Performance Followup (March 2011)

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It’s been about 9 months since my last test of AS3 versus JavaScript and there have been several major releases. I’ve held off on an update to this series since the two most widely used browsers—Internet Explorer and Firefox—have been approaching significant new versions. In the meantime, Adobe has released Flash Player 10.2 as we’ve seen in my performance update series (part one, part two, part three). Today, we pit every major browser against each other and Flash Player itself to get an updated idea of which provides the fastest scripting environment on the web.

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