[Seaside-dev] Re: Lightweight sessions/contexts/callbacks in 2.9

Dale Henrichs dale.henrichs at gemstone.com
Sat May 24 17:13:14 UTC 2008

Dale Henrichs wrote:
> Philippe Marschall wrote:
>> Well, I think having a more awkward API that gives you more
>> performance when you need it in general is a good thing (tm). But it
>> must be worth it. Which means performance should be an order of
>> magnitude greater and Seaside should really be the bottleneck.
Significant gains is basically the challenge and the goal. At this point 
I only know that for a dead simple (and useless:) Seaside application, 
one can avoid creating session state on every click ... I imagine that 
there is a space between static pages and stateful components where 
"lightweight components" can find a place... As I said, I'm going to try 
to do the sushi store example in a "lightweight" style and see what 
kinds of problems I encounter.


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