[Seaside] page caching

Giles Bowkett gilesb at gmail.com
Thu Jul 19 01:50:47 UTC 2007

> > Hi all - what's the best strategy for caching frequently-requested
> > pages in Seaside? Can you cache raw HTML on a component-by-component
> > basis for performance?
> I won't say it can't be done, but it's difficult. The problem is that
> there are no frequently-requested pages in Seaside. Any given url is
> served approximately once, with only backtracking or reloading in the
> browser causing a url to be revisited. Now obviously, many of the
> page-views that Seaside serves will have very similar HTML, but it'll
> never be identical, because the continuation id will be different in
> all the urls in the page.  Maybe there's an opportunity there to come
> up with a system for plugging in those slightly-different bits, but
> nobody has tried it yet, as far as I know.

Sorry, I should have seen that answer coming. Been stuck in a
different frame of mind for way too long.

Giles Bowkett

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