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Hey people, So I like optimisation. Like I just mixed some bash and php to give my piratebay workflow a little multithreading boost (updates are regular so be sure to install with packal). But now I'm thinking: aren't compiled languages supposed to be faster? Technically yes, but workflows are usually very small pieces of code, so is it worth it? Is there a "loading" cost like there is for php for example?
Chrome Bookmarks Frustrated with current bookmark searchers I created this with SPEED in mind. I tried out many methods and languages for creating the fastest bookmark searcher without dependencies, just plug and play. This is the final result. This will search all of your bookmarks very quickly using fuzzy matching to easily match names and urls of your bookmarks. For instance "foo" might match "food" or "flood warning" or even "flounder" using n-gram to rank these results. View and Contribute on Github Direct Download Thanks for looking!
A workflow that uses the keyword 'bbs' to report the upstream and downstream speed of a SpeedTouch ADSL modem, using PHP to query the built-in web server of the router: http://bioneural.net/2013/03/19/alfred-v2-x-workflow-for-broadband-speed/ Cheers, Bruce
I've always used global hotkeys to quickly switch between the apps I needed the most and it made my workflow go very fast. Now in Alfred2 I've redefined the global hotkeys as workflows. Well, it works, but it takes at least 1/2 second to switch between apps, where Alfred1 switches instantaneously. Do other people have noticed the same? Bug report?