Dec 272009
 

As the web gets more and more interactive (AJAX, anyone?), having a fast JavaScript engine is one of the key elements in delivering a good web experience. On the desktop, browser makers work hard on optimizing their JavaScript engines due to public scrutiny – in mobile, this effect has not taken place so far.

Our friends at NS Basic Corp’s have performed a little benchmark of the various browsers, and ended up with the results outlined below – faster means higher score:
faster mobile device java JavaScript speed of mobile browsers
slower mobile device java JavaScript speed of mobile browsers

Anybody of you surprised by any of the results?


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