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Optimization Tools for HTML, CSS, and JavaScript*

Abstract


HTML, CSS, and JavaScript are quickly becoming developers’ languages of choice for cross-product and cross-platform development. Many of the applications destined for app stores are converted HTML, JavaScript, and CSS applications that now run the HTML natively. This situation, new to many application developers, requires new tools and technique to optimize applications for power and performance. This paper discusses how application developers and web developers can optimize for performance and power using some of the optimization tools Intel provides.

  • Microsoft Windows* 8.x
  • HTML5
  • Java*
  • JavaScript*
  • WindowsCodeSample
  • ultrabook
  • Apps
  • css
  • Microsoft Windows* 8 Desktop
  • Optimization
  • Microsoft Windows* 8 Style UI
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