|Developer(s)||The Chromium Project|
|Initial release||September 2, 2008|
|Stable release||5.1 / April 23, 2016|
|Platform||IA-32, x86-64, ARM, MIPS, PowerPC, IBM s390|
The garbage collector of V8 is a generational incremental collector. The V8 assembler is based on the Strongtalk assembler. On 7 December 2010, a new compiling infrastructure named Crankshaft was released, with speed improvements.
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- Official website at Google Code
- on YouTube
- How the V8 engine works?, by Thibault Laurens, 29 April 2013
- JSConf2012 – presentation on what is V8 able to do, by Vyacheslav Egorov at jsconf
- V8.NET – a wrapper for .NET at Codeplex
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