An example project how to run Graal/JavaScript on JDK 11 with Graal as optimizing JIT compiler for best performance. (by graalvm)


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  • Dynamic Logging with Conditions · Terse Systems | 2021-05-04
    Oh cool! I didn't know that you could run GraalJS on a stock JVM. Using anything other than OpenJDK is a blocker for me, so looks really interesting.