I have some glue. Google JS Compiler used in chrome is able to detect some patterns and jit. But some patterns are not detected.
Ex: for are deceted, do ... while sometimes not.
It happens so that GWT produce patterns detectable for JS Compiler. And Closure can break that structure.
I am happy that GWT dropped cl suppert and focus on JsInterop (where is JsIndexer?)
I am also interested in answers to this question.--
When Closure became available in GWT I did many real world tests on real world projects. And in the end the code compiled with closure was slower in every case (although smaller). So I never understood why anyone would want to use that closure compile on top of gwt compile.
Op donderdag 24 november 2016 15:05:50 UTC+1 schreef Kirill Prazdnikov:Do you have performance measurements ?Did the performance better for 2.7 ?Did you measured real transfer traffic (web server supports real-time GZ compression over HTTP) ?Thanks
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