As you may or may not have seen, over the weekend I released a new version of my DLRScript project. It’s coming along. It adds 3 things: File loading via the src attribute, better exception reporting for DLRJScript(it shows you what line of script code failed), and improved DLRJScript performance.
I could probably write a bunch on this (and probably should in another article). Basically I am dynamically loading content (script files) from the server. I also extended HTML a bit in that you can now use the same script tag to load a script from the server and to write additional code that will load after the script has loaded. It looks like this:
1: <script type="DLRJScript" src="/somefile-on-the-server.js">
2: function doSomething()
4: // Code found here
Anyway, my test is not scientific in case you are wonder. There could be additional processes on my box that may make the results vary. Everything is a very crude approximation. I did run the client-side version several times to see as well with about the same results.
| posted on Monday, April 14, 2008 2:33 PM