http://www.scirra.com/labs/perftest-webgl For this test, that uses WebGL: Firefox ~16000, Chrome ~12500 http://www.scirra.com/labs/perftest-2d/ For this, that uses Canvas: Firefox ~850, Chrome ~2200. Note that the performance on Windows is really better (also with WebGL).
Performance with Skia is a bit better, but still far from Chrome. Firefox ~1800, Chromium ~3000. I wonder what's the cause of this difference, as we are faster with WebGL.
Here are some updated tests with newer, faster JS code: http://www.scirra.com/labs/perftest2-webgl http://www.scirra.com/labs/perftest2-2d
(In reply to ashley from comment #2) > Here are some updated tests with newer, faster JS code: > http://www.scirra.com/labs/perftest2-webgl > http://www.scirra.com/labs/perftest2-2d After enabling the WebGL path for Android, I'm getting ~8k objects at 30fps on my nexus 4. The canvas2d path gets only about 125 before dropping below 30fps. I would strongly recommend reevaluating the choice to disable webgl for android.
Actually, it's been 11 months, so I'm not sure how much those tests reflect current behavior.
Still an issue. http://www.kevs3d.co.uk/dev/canvasmark/ Chrome score: 6096 Firefox score: 4961 Some very noticeable lag spikes in Firefox ( we've experienced similar issues in our games )
Still an issue in Firefox 41. Try these tests and compare to Chrome, FF is 1/10 the speed http://phrogz.net/tmp/image_move_speed_canvas.html http://phrogz.net/tmp/image_move_sprites_css.html
(In reply to donrhummy from comment #6) > http://phrogz.net/tmp/image_move_speed_canvas.html 190 vs 160 fps (Firefox vs Chrome respectively) > http://phrogz.net/tmp/image_move_sprites_css.html 130 vs 160 fps (Firefox vs Chrome respectively) The above are the results on my system. Chrome is definitely not 10x faster as claimed in comment 6, in fact Firefox is faster in one case. It might help to get some system information so we can benchmark and debug this on a level playing field.
(In reply to Anthony Hughes, QA Mentor (:ashughes) from comment #7) > (In reply to donrhummy from comment #6) > > http://phrogz.net/tmp/image_move_speed_canvas.html > 190 vs 160 fps (Firefox vs Chrome respectively) > > > http://phrogz.net/tmp/image_move_sprites_css.html > 130 vs 160 fps (Firefox vs Chrome respectively) > > The above are the results on my system. Chrome is definitely not 10x faster > as claimed in comment 6, in fact Firefox is faster in one case. It might > help to get some system information so we can benchmark and debug this on a > level playing field. Linux 3.16.7-21-desktop openSUSE 13.2 (Harlequin) (x86_64) KDE 4.14.9 AMD A4-3400 APU with Radeon(tm) HD Graphics (dual core)
Using the test in comment 6 I do see an issue on my system running Mac OS 10.11 > Firefox 41: 9081 [baseline] > Firefox 44: 6949 [- 23.48%] > Chrome 45: 9714 [+ 6.97%] That said I'm not sure the best way forward. If this bug report is about identifying situations where Firefox isn't competitive then I think it's made redundant by bug 561361. If instead this is about something more concrete and actionable then I think it needs to be better defined and made a dependency of a "make Canvas 2D perf better" metabug. Jeff, I trust you're the best person to figure out how we should proceed.
This is either lack of accel canvas or slow accel canvas compositing.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 3 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Duplicate of bug: 1010527
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