Message from JavaScript discussions

March 2017

— It is the one scenario where I have found innerHTML to be faster than something


Try this example:

var myDomString = "<div>Hello World!</div>";

var myDomNode = document.createDocumentFragment();

myDomNode.innerHTML = String(myDomString);

console.log(myDomNode.firstChild); //Object[HTMLElement]

— For a snippet of HTML of that size, it runs as low as 0.4ms

— Including insertion into the live DOM

— S, you said correct. But in this link while uploading large video not accepting to upload

— In server path

— You mean as part of the query string?

— S

— Can you give me an idea to upload large video file

— This might be a good option as well

— Seems to be the most feature-complete

— Hello friends