With Twitter being Twitter, I saw this image there, and now I can’t find it again. But it shows that the new iPhone 8 is significantly faster at rendering a cnn.com page.
Actually, since I can’t find the original source, I don’t know if they both rendered mobile web pages, or whether they tried several times to make sure it wasn’t just a hiccup. But seeing that the architecture in a little phone can come anywhere near the performance of a desktop/laptop processor that’s still being sold makes one wonder about the future.
Update: I think this was the original source of the image.
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This image is from a tutorial titled, Learning FP: Experiences on the Elm language.
I’ve written a couple of small Sencha ExtJS applications lately, and I can confirm that the following technique works to display a splash screen while your application is loading.
(This isn’t a tutorial per se. I assume that you know how to use ExtJS, and just want to see how to implement a splash screen (loading page) as the user waits for the application to load.)
In short, you’ll want code like this in your