Chapter 10. Data Component Caching

Writing dynamic Web pages is a balancing act. On the one hand, highly dynamic and personalized pages are cool. On the other hand, every dynamic call adds to the time it takes for a page to be rendered. Text processing and intense data manipulations take precious processing power. Database and remote procedure call (RPC) queries incur not only the processing time on the remote server, but network latency for the data transfer. The more dynamic the content, the more resources it takes to generate. Database queries are often the slowest portion of an online application, and multiple database queries per page are common, especially in highly dynamic sites. Eliminating these expensive database calls tremendously boost ...

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