Writing slow regexp is easier than you think (and want it to be)

Writing slow regexp is easier than you think (and want it to be)

Although regular expressions are commonly used in software development, few developers think about their performance. The sad truth is that a badly written regexp can severely damage application performance (both on server-side and in a browser). How to write a regular expression that is not only correct but also efficient?

Slides for the presentation given in SPA Software in Practice Conference, London 2018 (https://www.spaconference.org/spa2018/).

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July 02, 2018
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