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Published: Feb 06 2009 / 09:02

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been exploring the various techniques for speeding up your JavaScript. Part 1 covered how to deal with loops that are doing too much. Part 2 focused on functions that do too much and taught techniques such as queuing and memoization to lighten the workload. Part 3 expanded the conversation to handling recursion both with memoization and switching to an iterative algorithm. Part 4, the last part in this series, focuses on too much DOM interaction.
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