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Profiling JavaScript memory in the browser and on the server

Sep 24, 2015 1:34:50 PM / by Guntis Valters posted in JavaScript, Node.js

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Recently we were executing a memory usage analysis in my current (node.js) project. This article summarizes some of our findings, which may be useful to other projects. It does not describe the very basics of the mark-and-sweep garbage collection algorithm. Instead, it focuses on the details of the particular tools we used.

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Java: using embedded Rhino JavaScript engine

May 28, 2015 8:41:47 AM / by Jevgenijs Rogovs posted in Java, JavaScript

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Java supports a lot of scripting languages, and since Java 6 it supports JavaScript out of the box. JDK 6 and JDK 7 both have embedded Rhino JavaScript engine that was developed by Mozilla. In JDK 8 though, the Rhino engine was replaced with Nashorn. Being the Rhino successor that was rewritten from scratch to meet modern script engine expectations, it offers a better performance, but since Java 8 is still not so widely adopted in the enterprise environments, let us focus on Rhino for now.

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Siebel Open UI: Nexus Bridge

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Nexus Bridge: Unlock Rich UX for the Siebel Open UI

Nexus Bridge makes it possible to use React, Vue.js, Angular as a native part of the Siebel Open UI. No need for REST and IFrame, just the extension of the Open UI. Developed as a part of the Nexus'19 project, Nexus Bridge is available to everyone for free under the MIT license. Learn more about Nexus Bridge for Siebel >>

Siebel Open UI: UX Transformation

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Siebel UX Transformation: Make your Siebel users super productive

We bring the best UX methods and tools to research your users' needs and turn Siebel Open UI into the great looking easy-to-use application, that gives users what they really want: being super productive.  Learn more about Siebel UX transformation>>

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