TECH NEWS: Google deleted millions of lines of code the WebKit engine

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Google deleted millions of lines of code the WebKit engine

13.04.03 Blink Google deleted millions of lines of code the WebKit engine
He said the team developing the new engine browsers Blink that they had deleted 8.8 million lines of code from the code written in the previous WebKit engine, the first details on the progress towards supporting the new engine.
The company Google has surprised developer community by giving up engine browsers WebKit and start developing a new engine called Blink in order to facilitate the process of development and maintenance of the browser built by the new engine on the occasion of various platforms and processors in various specifications and engineered, thus makes it easier for developers of browser chrome writing code order, and delete this Quantum lines of code confirms move Google to adopt a new engine to facilitate the development of the Chrome browser.
The team added new engine that the process of deleting lines code came through just last month, a step in the way of making the developers who will deal with Blink is more effective than ever before.
The team is working to delete files and lines code only from the engine old, but there are new experiences are created in order to identify the potential of the new engine, particularly in the processing speed of web applications large, where they were able to reduce the processing time for a Web page too big of a 4 seconds to 32 milliseconds again.