Apple has collaborated with Google and Mozilla to create Speedometer 3, a browser speed benchmark. The partnership was revealed on Twitter by Apple’s WebKit team.
“We’re excited to work with @googlechrome and @firefox on the next Speedometer benchmark, which measures real-world browser performance on the Web. Working together will help us further improve the benchmark and improve browser performance for our users,” it tweeted.
Speedometer 3 is now in active development, and more details will be released shortly.
“Speedometer 3 is in active development and is unstable. You can follow along with development in this repository, but see Speedometer 2.1 for the latest stable version,” reads WebKit’s Github page.
Speedometer is a web browser benchmark that analyses the responsiveness of Web applications by measuring simulated user interactions on various workloads.
According to the firm, its primary goal is to make it as close to the real-world Web as feasible. When a browser improves its score on the benchmark, actual users should benefit, according to the business, and to do so, it should evaluate end-to-end user journeys rather than specific features in a tight loop.
Furthermore, it should change over time, regularly adapting to the current Web, and be accessible to the general public as well as beneficial to browser engineers.
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