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Arek Nawo
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May 12, 2022 ⋅ 5 min read

Using web workers to boost third-party script performance

Arek Nawo Hobbyist. Programmer. Dreamer. Freelancer. JavaScript and TypeScript lover. 👍 World-a-better-place maker. 🌐

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2 Replies to "Using web workers to boost third-party script performance"

  1. When is this going to be ready? If i give you money will it be ready sooner? Or my first born child?

    I have a kidney and a spleen you can take if it will speed things up please make this third party script nightmare go away

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