[Seaside] Re: Seaside & Ruby Rails Compared

Brent Pinkney brent.pinkney at aircom.co.za
Wed Sep 7 14:29:33 CEST 2005

> GOODS is great but network I/O intensive.  You can use it pretty
> transparently until you need fancy indexing and whatnot.  I start every
> app with GOODS.  Zero work to get going...doesn't bleed into your
> business objects too quickly.  If things go wrong I can always fall back
> on OmniBase (used it many times in VW and ST/X) or PosgreSQL.

We use Magma. Works like a charm and Chris is very helpful.


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