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Performance testing Firefox OS on reference devices

A while back I wrote about the LEGO harness I created for Eideticker to hold both the device and camera in place. Since then there has been a couple of iterations of the harness. When we started testing against our … Continue reading

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Hunting for performance regressions in Firefox OS

At Mozilla we’re running performance tests against Firefox OS devices several times a day, and you can see these results on our dashboard. Unfortunately it takes a while to run these tests, which means we’re not able to run them … Continue reading

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Building a harness for Eideticker… with LEGO

Since July, I’ve started to get involved with the Eideticker project, which aims to measure response times and frame rates for both Firefox for Android and Firefox OS. I’ve mostly been involved with the Firefox OS work, which involves pointing … Continue reading

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Running the ‘Mem Buster’ endurance test

I blogged a few weeks ago about how I was able to demonstrate improvements to the memory usage of Firefox using endurance tests. The test I was using was inspired by Stuart Parmenter’s Mem Buster test, and it has now … Continue reading

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