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speeding up rendering

asked 2006-03-14 00:53:24 +0800

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By: fernando_deleon

Was wondering if anyone had any tips in speeding up the rendering of zk components?

In my project i have zk components that talk to hibernate to populate their data..

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answered 2006-03-14 01:28:58 +0800

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By: tomyeh

Fernando,

Is the rendering performance not good enough in your machine? We compiled ZUML and DSP pages into intermidate format which shall run very fast, unless most of your use is createComponentDirectly (which ZK has no chance to cache the immediate format).


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answered 2006-03-14 01:31:52 +0800

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By: fernando_deleon

i have to double check cuz it seems it might be more to do with hibernate.
i basically have components that at load time fetch data from hibernate.
i though there could be some sort of config in the web xml that i could do..


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answered 2006-03-14 06:02:27 +0800

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By: tomyeh

According my experiences, database access is usually the bottleneck. Proper indexing and 'snapshotting' are something to improve it.

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answered 2006-03-15 13:48:33 +0800

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By: nobody

I have a nice experience compressing output files using GZIP filter, and a very nice speed boosting using a cache filter. It works, you will have to disable cache for developmet.
It makes the loeding a lot more sweet.Depending on the browser you could eaven compress images and js files.

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