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A tiny and fast circular buffer

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cirbuf

A tiny and fast circular buffer

  • Minimal API
  • Tiny size fit for the browser
  • Fast

Install

npm install --save cirbuf

Usage

// Import CircularBuffer
import { CircularBuffer } from "cirbuf"

// Create a buffer with a capacity of 10,000
let buffer = new CircularBuffer(10_000)

// Push 100,000 items
for (let i = 0; i < 100_000; i++) {
	buffer.push(i)
}

// Get the last 10,000 items as an array
let result = buffer.toArray()
// Note: `toArray` does not drain the buffer.

Perf

Testing in comparison to a similar array implementation with Array#push and Array#shift:

array.push(i)
if (array.length > max) {
	array.shift()
}
# 100_000 iterations, max size 10_000
./benchmarks/array.js:      367.8 ops/sec (±2.5, p=0.001, o=5/100) severe outliers=3
./benchmarks/cirbuf.js:     5’984.3 ops/sec (±31.6, p=0.001, o=7/100) severe outliers=5

# 10_000_000 iterations, max size 1_000_000
./benchmarks/cirbuf-big.js: 47.7 ops/sec (±1.1, p=0.001, o=2/100)

Note: Attempting to iterate 10,000,000 items in a 1,000,000 item array runs way too long, so I gave up benchmarking it

Open Source Agenda is not affiliated with "Cirbuf" Project. README Source: jamiebuilds/cirbuf
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