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  • #31
    Originally posted by utopik View Post
    Cpu usage can be high on Linux during animations, due to missing HW accelerations I guess. That's not inherent to css, on windows it should be HW accelerated.
    This specificity has been tested on firefox, safari, chrome, on Linux, Android, Mac OS, iPhone, iPad, Windows, where it makes sense of course (and you have HW acceleration for HTML rendering on Linux, although it might be experimental on some browsers).

    If that bother you that much and you are at ease with C/C++, then what prevent you from reducing energy consumption on Linux by contributing to Chromium/Firefox or any other open source browser ?
    Browsers are not my area of expertise and I don't have the time to dive into their code. I also don't like the music of Ariana Grande, and that does not mean I'm an expert in music and that I will send her fixes to anything she sings (you shall be aware that the idea of "if you don't like it, fix it" is a valid one only in a world where time does not exist ; those tend to be quite rare... ).

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    • #32
      Originally posted by utopik View Post
      Why would I code a web application with wasm ?
      you wouldn't. we were discussing c++. translation to wasm is job of compiler.
      Originally posted by utopik View Post
      Browsers are optimized to display html + css + JS so I use these languages.
      now browsers are optimized to run wasm, so i would use real language. but you didn't say "I use", you said "You have no choice than using JavaScript", which is demonstrably false

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