At Exago, we are always looking for ways to further improve the application’s user experience. While these advances are most noticeable in major enhancements such as our newly-released dashboard designer and formula code completion, upgrades to client- and server-side performance are just as important. For Exago’s v2017.2 release, I was tasked with speeding up our client-side application and so became familiar with a number of performance improvement tools. Web technologies such as Flexbox, better in-browser performance profiling, and particularly jsPerf.com have helped us reach our usability goals.
How can jsPerf help with more complex systems?
The first step to leveraging jsPerf for your own …