Simi is a framework for building frontend web app. Version 0.2 is a complete rewrite with lessons learn from the experiments with v0.1.
It is not released yet, but I think it is enough to do some benchmark to see how it compares to others. However, the result is unexpectedly high, I need extra eyes to check if everything is correct or not? (I do the bench about a month ago, then recently I upgrade to the new changes in Simi and also make some changes to the code. I have some look at the result (the rendered-view) but not very close, and too lazy to write tests for it).
- Simi repo
- Benchmark code
- Benchmark result. See non-keyed result only (Unfortunately, Simi does not support keyed-for-loop).
Some notes about the benchmark:
- On my system, the result is not that good. I think the result may vary from system to system?
- Simi is built with recent Rust nightly around 2018-12-7->9 (don’t remember exactly, I did a
rustup updatefew days after the PR to benchmark).
- Stdweb and Yew built with
nightly-2018-07-11(found in the benchmark’s repo, now I think I should did something similar for reference?). Anyone help building them with new Rust?
- From https://github.com/krausest/js-framework-benchmark: The current snapshot that may not have the same quality (i.e. results might be for mixed browser versions, number of runs per benchmark may vary)