[Seaside] updateRoot: Weirdness
richard.eng at rogers.com
Thu Jul 19 12:15:22 UTC 2007
> That doesn't mean there is no place for a simple solution for simple problems.
On 7/19/07 3:28 AM, "Philippe Marschall" <philippe.marschall at gmail.com>
> 2007/7/19, sig <siguctua at gmail.com>:
>> As people says: don't put all of eggs in one basket.
>> Serving all content from single image is nice, but its not always achievable.
>> As web server, Seaside must serve as front-end for delivering content
>> on the web, but not dictate, the original source of content.
> Seaside is not a webserver and not a database layer. It is a web
> application development framework. Webservers live Apache for lighttpd
> are preferable for serving static files because this is the job they
> are really good at and optimized for. They are written in C they use
> epoll/sendfile and multiple processors and caching and what not. It is
> a simple one time investment that takes off load of your
> Squeak/Seaside image and gives it more time and resources to do what
> it is good and optimized for: dynamic content. That doesn't mean there
> is no place for a simple solution for simple problems. But at the end
> of the day for any serious application you will need a standalone
>> Is there something wrong with this concept?
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