HTML5 accelerator card

_Ninji: "presenting the world's first HTML5 accelerator card, for high-speed web browsing"

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13 Responses:

  1. Polyna says:

    …I’m genuinely confused whether it is in fact real, or not.

    Can we just destroy the whole Internet and build it anew?

  2. I want two, please. Making sites using vanilla js and image maps is getting boring. (but hitting pixel perfect designs is soo easy that way)

  3. saxmaniac says:

    I have it on good authority that virtual doms are a hot ticket especially during COVID. The subs are climbing the walls without em.

  4. William says:

    Good God Almighty, it has begun.

    Might as well address our most important workloads.

    • jwz says:

      People were pointing and laughing about this years ago, but it is a stupid non-controversy. If they had just called the instruction "IEEE-754 double to int32" instead of putting 'Javascript" in its name as clickbait, nobody would have even heard of this.

      This is how RISC design works: you build up instructions out of microcode for common operations. E.g., the TI Lisp Chip had an instruction called "PUSH-CDR-STORE-CAR-IF-CONS" which implemented "DOLIST".

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  5. Needs a T2 chip for secure DOM transactions.

  6. thielges says:

    Needs to be redesigned to the USB3-C form factor to meet the needs of the modern market.

  7. margaret says:

    i'd like to have every page i may go to in cache.

  8. Nathan Williams says:

    Relevant: this actual 1U XML Accelerator device.

  9. 205guy says:

    I knew it, with a dedicated regex chip, you CAN parse HTML.

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