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Measure peformance of your JavaScript code with simpleperfo.js

 
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Hello Ranchers,

Lately I wrote a very simple, but effective, library for measuring performance of JavaScript code. Currently, I have implemented only features to measure function execution times. Here is a link to the project's GitHub repo.

The motivation to write this little project is to create a lightweight and very simple in use library for measuring JavaScript code performance, that doesn't add much ballast to existing projects and can be used even by total JS beginners. The project was born thanks to last Saturday's big boredom

I saw somewhere that Chrome offers some kind of API to measure memory usage, so probably it is the next functionality I will implement when I will have more free time.

The library is licensed under MIT. The algorithm used to measure execution time is described in the readme, and you can of course see the source as well. Example code is available in the repo.

Let me know what do you think, ask any questions, and have fun with the library
 
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