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comment Why are native ES6 promises slower and more memory-intensive than bluebird?
@zetlen yes but it's already resolved and cannot be controlled
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comment Why are native ES6 promises slower and more memory-intensive than bluebird?
@Anthony There is no spec for promisify or promisifyAll so implementers of ES6 don't implement it. new Promise is very slow in bluebird as well, it's just impossible to make it fast. As for array-per-promise, it's an implementer's optimization, it has nothing to do with the spec.
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comment Are there any technical obstacles for implementing `function* ()` syntax
@shabunc yes, you can't just introduce changes that will break existing websites
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answered Are there any technical obstacles for implementing `function* ()` syntax
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comment What are the safety benefits of a type system?
@Giorgio with such definition for example Java is not strongly typed. But in many cases it is claimed to be. There is just no meaning to these words. Strong/Weak typed have much more accurate definition as "I like/don't this language" like jozefg says.