I might be a bit late
(yeaikno it exist over a year now and a bunch of blogs had it covered) but nevertheless i would like to point out a very helpful online tool i recently ran into:
It covers some important aspects of benchmarking, that your homemade bench probably wont have like milliseconds accuracy & statistical analysis.
The tests are run on your browser and the results will feed the “browserscope”. A graph of the “highest known results” for the participating browsers.
So we can see some kind of comparison.
Almost all classic concurrent approaches are covered, my favorites are:
( yes it has revisions :) )
See if you can find some, you struggled with lately:
JsPerf has some further interesting options like
append #run to the URL of the test case
filters for the browserscope
filters are: popular, all, desktop, family, major, minor, mobile, prerelease
chart types of browserscope
append #chart=table to the test case’s URL
types are: bar(default), table, column, line, and pie
Give it a try, daily!