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In January 2009, the engine then known as SquirrelFish Extreme (SFX) was enabled for Mac OS X on x86-64 architectures as it passes all tests on that platform by Apple Inc. Released June 30, 2009, Firefox 3.5 includes the optimization technique that offered "performance improvements ranging between 20 and 40 times faster" compared to Firefox 3 in some cases.
- Rhino, managed by the Mozilla Foundation, open source, developed entirely in Java
- TraceMonkey, a tracing JIT compiler introduced with Firefox 3.5
- JÃ¤gerMonkey, the engine introduced with Firefox 4
- IonMonkey, further JIT compiler optimizations for SpiderMonkey, introduced with Firefox 18
- OdinMonkey, the engine based on asm.js, introduced with Firefox 22
- Tamarin, by Adobe Labs
- V8 - open source, developed by Google in Denmark, part of Google Chrome
- Carakan, by Opera Software, used by Opera web browser version 10.50 until switching to V8 with Opera 14 (released in 2013).
- Futhark, by Opera Software, used by Opera web browser versions 9.50 to 10.10 until replaced by Carakan in Opera 10.50 (released March 2010).
- Narcissus open source, written by Brendan Eich, who also wrote SpiderMonkey
- Chakra, for Internet Explorer 9
- dyn.js, open source, written by Douglas Campos and others
- Nashorn, open source as part of OpenJDK, written by Oracle Java Languages and Tool Group
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- SunSpider â€“ Browser speed test
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- "Firefox 4 Vision: fast, powerful, and empowering".
- http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/apple-releases-safari-5-95817479.html Safari 5 Released
- "Firefox 18 Release Notes introducing IonMonkey".
- "Firefox 22 Release Notes introducing OdinMonkey".
- Marius Oiaga (2010-03-20), "Internet Explorer 9 Beta Next â€“ New IE9 Builds Every 8 Weeks", softpedia.com (SoftNews NET SRL), retrieved 2010-06-28
- J. Laskey (2011-07-19), Adventures in JSR-292 or How To Be A Duck Without Really Trying, Oracle
- "Web specifications support in Opera Presto". Opera.com. Opera Software ASA. Retrieved 2010-06-28.
- Peacekeeper â€“ Browser speed test