Echo JS 0.11.0

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tracker1 27 days ago.
Code: https://github.com/tracker1/queue-testing

This is in reference to another post: https://www.echojs.com/news/38820

I made a comment in error, but was curious how bad it could be, so wrote a couple different queue implementations and did a little performance testing.  In case anyone else is interested in doing a little one-off performance testing in JS this should act as an example.  I didn't take the time to get memory profiles, which would help for a couple other bits of information, but couldn't get memory usage working via perf, and snagging the free memory was very inconsistent to say the least.

Just putting it out there, in case the example(s) help anyone.

panzerdp 26 days ago. link 2 points
It would be great to see the memory usage of each approach.
timoxley 26 days ago. link 1 point
Would have been good to see a comparison with splice against shift, because I am definitely wondering "how bad could it be".