Google releases Dart SDK 1.3, promises 2x performance improvement for asynchronous code

Google releases Dart SDK 1.3, promises 2x performance improvement for asynchronous code

Google today released Dart SDK version 1.3 with 2x performance improvement for asynchronous Dart code combined with server-side I/O operations. You can download the latest stable release of Dart, the company’s JavaScript competitor, now from dartlang.org.

Dart perf

F**k it, we'll do it live!

Our biggest ever edition of TNW Conference is fast approaching! Join 10,000 tech leaders this May in Amsterdam.

Google explains its results come from measuring request-per-second improvements using three simple HTTP benchmarks: Hello, File, and JSON, which improved 130 percent, 30 percent, and almost 100 percent, respectively. Hello provides a measure for how many basic connections an HTTP server can handle, File simulates the server accessing and serving static content, and the JSON benchmark offers a proxy for performance of REST apps.

See also – Google releases Dart SDK 1.0, marking its JavaScript alternative as production-ready for Web developers and Google releases Dart SDK 1.1, promises up to 25% faster JavaScript

Image Credit: sergign

Read next: Getting the scoop: How to research and identify your competitors

Shh. Here's some distraction

Comments