This week I've been doing performance testing for nightly builds of Firefox and chrome.
We (my OSD600 class) have been using Chrome Experiments for these tests.
These experiments were meant to show off how well Chrome does HTML5.
Our goal is this: to identify and profile the performance issues that Firefox has in running these experiments.
I was assigned 10 experiments to handle. The experiments ranged from graphics demonstrations to games to audio/video demontrations. While Firefox performed just as good as chrome in several experiments, there were many problems that I noticed.
Another bug I posted for Sandtrap can be found here. It is about how sand particles in Firefox were painted as large squares whereas in chrome they were fine dots. It is still open.