JavaScript dependency injection

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Re: JavaScript dependency injection

Post by callumacrae » Mon Jul 21, 2014 10:20 pm

Sumanai wrote:Any additional logic only slows the page load relatively literate direct insert scripts at the end of <body>
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Re: JavaScript dependency injection

Post by Sumanai » Tue Jul 22, 2014 2:58 pm

callumacrae, what question? In my opinion it is obvious that the script connects other scripts will generally be run slower than the direct insertion of these scripts. Adding additional logic slow page rendering in the browser.
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Re: JavaScript dependency injection

Post by VSE » Tue Jul 22, 2014 5:29 pm

Sumanai wrote:callumacrae, what question? In my opinion it is obvious that the script connects other scripts will generally be run slower than the direct insertion of these scripts. Adding additional logic slow page rendering in the browser.
Not really true. This is about going asynchronous and modular. So only what is needed is loaded, and loaded in parallel. That means, more efficient loading.
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Re: JavaScript dependency injection

Post by Sumanai » Tue Jul 22, 2014 8:45 pm

VSE wrote:asynchronous
Set tag attribute <script> async very simple and it does not require any additional scripts.
VSE wrote:modular
After splitting the javascript into modules they will be more (obviously), and when you first load the browser will execute multiple queries.
Speed ​​subsequent loads, while taking scripts from the cache will not differ.
Where is the advantage?
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Re: JavaScript dependency injection

Post by jsebean » Tue Jul 22, 2014 9:12 pm

callumacrae wrote:And that isn't how the browser downloads documents at all—or, for that matter, how anything is downloaded over TCP. If you had a 1 MB/s connection (which is pretty slow), it'll take a lot longer than a second to download a megabyte.
Well I want you to know Callum that I was pretty happy with my blazing fast 1.5Mbps DSL connection... until you said 1MB/s is slow (8Mbps). :lol: In that case, I have snailnet :P
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Re: JavaScript dependency injection

Post by callumacrae » Sun Jul 27, 2014 1:53 pm

Sumanai wrote:
VSE wrote:asynchronous
Set tag attribute <script> async very simple and it does not require any additional scripts.
VSE wrote:modular
After splitting the javascript into modules they will be more (obviously), and when you first load the browser will execute multiple queries.
Speed ​​subsequent loads, while taking scripts from the cache will not differ.
Where is the advantage?
Have you ever actually used a script loader, or are you guessing? I'd suggest you try one out—it might help you better understand what they do.
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