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This is the [[Fitness|home page]] for [[NetBeans]] 6.9 [[performance]] work. This is is an entry point to the world of ever improving [[performance]] of [[NetBeans]] IDE.
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This is the [[Fitness|home page]] for [[NetBeans]] [[performance]] work.  
[[Image:FitnessBee.png|thumb|right|box|The [[NetBeans|only IDE]] faster with every release]]
[[Image:FitnessBee.png|thumb|right|box|The [[NetBeans|only IDE]] faster with every release]]
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During release 6.8 (more at [[Fitness68]]) the [[performance]] team decided to concentrate more on the QA side of its role. We [[FitnessViaPostMortem|were seeking]] for real [[Fitness68PressRelease|UI Responsiveness]] problems our users need to deal with. This effort has improved ''perceived'' [[performance]] significantly. On the other hand it becomes clear that there are areas where level of ''UI responsiveness'' is OK, yet the [[performance]] need to be improved. [[NetBeans]] 6.9 [[performance]] efforts will concentrate on doing exactly this.
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For NetBeans 6.10 release the main focus is going to be:
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* improving UI responsiveness and usability of the IDE during scanning,
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* less intrusive detection of external file changes,
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* better diagnostics and post-mortem analysis,
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* really fast debugger.
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===NB 6.9 Performance Improvements===
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For more details see the [[PostNB69PerfTopics|post 6.9 performance topics]] and [[PostNB69PerfGoals|performance goals for 6.10]].
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After little bit of brainstorming of possible [[PostNB68PerfTopics|Critical post 6.8 Topics]] we decided to create and execute the following plan:
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* [[NB69PerfPlan|NB 6.9 performance plan]]
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===Press Release===
===Press Release===
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To get an overall picture of what the improvements look like for the users, read the [[Fitness69PressRelease| Performance Press Release]]. If you wonder why we started our work with a press release, read about [http://www.allthingsdistributed.com/2006/11/working_backwards.html Working Backwards].
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To get an overall picture of what the improvements look like for the users, read the [[Fitness610PressRelease| Performance Press Release]]. If you wonder why we started our work with a press release, read about [http://www.allthingsdistributed.com/2006/11/working_backwards.html Working Backwards].
===Links===
===Links===
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* [[PostNB68PerfTopics| Post 6.8 performance topics]] - the base for our plan
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* [[PostNB69PerfTopics| Post 6.9 performance topics]] - the base for our planning
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* [[NB69PerfPlan| NB 6.9 performance plan]] - implementation plan
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* [[PostNB69PerfGoals| Performance goals for NB 6.10]]
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* [[Fitness69PressRelease| Performance Press Release]]
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* [[NB610PerfPlan| NB 6.10 performance plan]] - implementation plan
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* [[Fitness610PressRelease| Performance Press Release]]
* Measurements
* Measurements
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** [[RefactoringImprovementsDesc| Refactoring]]
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** [[ResourceScalability]]
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** [[JavaScanDesc| Java Scanning]]
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** [http://jupiter.czech.sun.com/wiki/view/PerformanceQE/LatestResults Comparative dashboard]
== Our Past Achievements ==
== Our Past Achievements ==
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* [[Fitness69| 6.9 Performance]] - homepage of the 6.9 performance effort
* [[Fitness68| 6.8 Performance]] - homepage of the 6.8 performance effort
* [[Fitness68| 6.8 Performance]] - homepage of the 6.8 performance effort
* [[Fitness67| 6.7 Performance]] - homepage of the 6.7 performance effort
* [[Fitness67| 6.7 Performance]] - homepage of the 6.7 performance effort

Revision as of 11:56, 16 July 2010

This is the home page for NetBeans performance work.

The only IDE faster with every release

For NetBeans 6.10 release the main focus is going to be:

  • improving UI responsiveness and usability of the IDE during scanning,
  • less intrusive detection of external file changes,
  • better diagnostics and post-mortem analysis,
  • really fast debugger.

For more details see the post 6.9 performance topics and performance goals for 6.10.

Press Release

To get an overall picture of what the improvements look like for the users, read the Performance Press Release. If you wonder why we started our work with a press release, read about Working Backwards.

Links

Our Past Achievements

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