Good Use Case for Server-Sent Events

September 2, 2012

Although some would say there are two competing standards for handling live events on the web, websockets and server-sent events (event source), they are really very different from each other with their own use cases. I have always been a proponent of websockets as it is bi-directional and as a result more powerful. Although in […]

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JSF Performance Improvements: Part I

October 18, 2008

This is my first post on improving sites utilizing JSF. This post is more relevant for mostly static content that only changes at the result of database updates. One of the easiest ways to improve performance is through caching. There are several types of caching from database caching (JPA/Hibernate), model caching (EHCache), browser caching (resources, […]

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