when binding attributes to values, what is considered better? (performance, memory etc.)
is there any difference if the target of the binding is a native attribute, or a custom one?
(I want to bind a LOT (~10,000) of items, and I try to earn every bit possible.
There are two sides:
They are not necessarily exclusive.
placeholder.bind="placeholder" would be way faster: simpler binding initialization.
For update: would need real bench for this, but from following two relevant blocks: I would bet on normal binding.
That said, when you have 10k rows, things are going to be very difficult already
Can someone explain to me why with binding-expression we only update if
newValue !== oldValue while with interpolation-expression we always update?
How it looks like inside update target of interpolation expression https://github.com/aurelia/templating-binding/blob/f241548f9d0d630ef83989c0b33ee7dbfd26b5da/src/interpolation-binding-expression.js#L134-L144
You can see we always try to avoid update DOM unnecessarily. in binding expression, the position of the check is just different.