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* [Chapter 1: Getting Started](
* [Chapter 2: What is a Proxy Wrapper?](
* [Chapter 3: Custom C# Class Design](
* [Chapter 4: Custom Class Factory Design](
* [Chapter 5: Functions and Arrays](
* [Chapter 6: Methods](

* [Windows Installer](
* [macOS.dmg](
* [Linux.deb](
* [Linux.tar.gz](

**Getting Started:**
* [Prerequisites](
* [Prerequisites (Mac OS)](
* [Prerequisites (Linux)](


Version 1.3.2:

Fixed a bug where some of the methods in the custom class wrapper does not work correctly in case of indexing Object.

Version 1.3.1:

Fixed a bug where the memory leak occurred in the custom class factory.

Version 1.3:

Fixed a bug where the arrays passed to the functions like `StringFunction()` or `IntFunction()` do not have their `Length` property set correctly.

Version 1.2:

Fixed a bug where the `Object.Equals()` in an multidimensional array doesn’t work correctly.

Version 1.1:

Fixed a bug where

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Optimizes V8 scripts for writing debugging tools and optimizing/demo applications


Easy to use feature-set
Support for Google Closure Compiler
Easy to use command line application
Backed by Google
Supports Node.js natively
Supports C#
Supports Node.js JavaScript
Supports CoffeeScript
Supports TypeScript
Supports JavaScript
Supports PHP
Supports Ruby
Supports Python
Supports Java
Supports Groovy
Supports PHP
Supports Python
Supports Ruby
Supports Java


Documentation V8.NET GitHub Link
Blog Article: V8.NET: The New JavaScript Engine from Google By Fridrich Vogelsang

V8.NET GitHub Repository Link

V8 Engine Link


EDIT: I’ve used Google’s Closure compiler. It is very powerful, produces great optimized code, and is very fast.

V8 in NodeJS – jotted has some good documentation on how to use it.
I think Google’s v8 is a great library to use. It is open source and used by Google for their internal tools. Its documentation is pretty good.


You can use the node-js API’s to get an easy to use V8 engine.

From the documentation:
var v8 = require(‘engine.js/v8’);
var js = v8.compileFile(“/path/to/my/script.js”, “/path/to/my/directory”);


Just google node-js api’s to get lots of resources.


Javascript newbie on code inline in table cells

I am looking for some help with a Javascript function i am using to hide/remove rows from a table based on a specific cell’s value.
If the value in cell C17 is blank or an empty string, I want to run a Javascript function to replace the row.
My Code –
function removeRow(row) {
var index=row.getAttribute(“id”);
var row=document.getElementById(index);

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V8.NET is used for many different reasons, and for many different
Some people use it for a game.
Other people use it to implement other kind of visualisation or
animation effects, and are often interested in performance.
Others use it to implement a GUI.
Others use it in an application, to generate html, javascript,
php, etc.
Others… that I don’t know.
That is completely up to you.

The application is trivial, in reality you’d probably want to check with mono to see if you can use their mono code.
Note: I strongly recommend that you try first with official mono packages to be sure they work.

VM 2.6.3 (x86):
VM 2.6.3 (Windows x86):

To try with mono:

Add the mono repository to your Software Sources list in
system preferences
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-x-swat/x-updates
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install mono

Then try the following to run a Javascript benchmark, just make sure you have mono installed

Mono version 2.10.8 is required to use jsbench if running on a Mac

1) Download jsbench

2) Extract jsbench

tar -xvzf jsbench-2.6.4.tar.gz

3) Edit the jsbench/js/Main.cs

Lets say you want to run the benchmark for 100 times and you want the benchmark to be run with 10 threads.
Change these two lines of code
static void Main(string[] args)
Console.WriteLine(“Starting jsbench”);

With this
static void Main(string[] args)

What’s New in the V8.NET?

V8.NET is a Microsoft C# wrapper for Google’s V8 Engine. It encapsulates Google’s Javascript JavaScript engine and lets you use V8 within your.NET applications easily. The wrapper is quite easy to integrate with your applications due to its intelligent design. V8.NET provides great power to write powerful software that can run on Desktop and Mobile platforms in a very convenient way.
Key Benefits
– Cut your development time
– Use core Google’s Javascript JavaScript engine.
– Easily execute V8 in many OS Platforms including Windows and Unix.

# Comparison with Rhino

## While using Rhino for.NET you should think of:

– Framework:
– No HTML5 support
– Too heavy weight for cross platform
– No native Web browser interface support
– No JavaScript Parser support.

__Linux, Mac OS X, Windows, BSD, Unix__
___ Language Support: __Python 3.x, PyPy__
___ Support in other languages: JRuby, Clojure, Common Lisp, Scheme,
___ JavaScript
___ Packages:
– Rhino (No Package for.NET)
– NitroJavaScript (C# Wrapper)

## While using NitroJavaScript for.NET you should think of:

– Framework:
– No Windows/OSX support
– No HTML5 support
– Performance and Memory usage are very bad
– JavaScript Parser not very powerful
– Packages support:
– JScript.NET (JavaScript wrapper)
– QuickJS (JavaScript Wrapper)

# Acknowledgement
This project was created by Fesal Al-Haya.

# Version History
* 1.4.1 :- Improve performance
* 1.4.2 :- Improve performance
* 1.4.3 :- Improve performance, simplifies method of passing in object
* 1.4.4 :- Improve security
* 1.4.5 :- Improve


System Requirements For V8.NET:

The game runs smoothly and requires no slowdowns or delays on hardware with a recent GeForce GTX series graphics card, including GTX 1050 Ti and newer.
Playable at various resolutions including 1080p, 1440p, and 2560×1440.
Configurable options and changes in game settings can be saved to the game’s in-game save files.
You can save your current game session at any time by pressing the Esc key. You can then restore that saved game session by selecting “Restore Session.”


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