Most Common usage pattern of Browser is that a small number of web pages visited repeatedly and it made an opportunity for cross execution program optimization via data reuse since most downloaded resources for a website are reusable. Moderns exploit this by caching these resources in local disks or memory. It reduces the amount of network traffic to the server but doesn’t eliminate redundant computation.
Efficient memory bytecode caching technique can significantly improve web browser performance and reduce memory footprint.
Augmented Bytecode in Background:
To compare the performance difference with and without I/O accesses, all bytecode files are flushed from the buffer cache (using
In-memory bytecode caching significantly improves the performance by amortizing the compilation cost via cross-invocation data reuse. To reuse efficiently specific methods that can benefit from code caching. Read more here.
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