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From Grzegorz Kossakowski <>
Subject Re: About Client side Javascript in Cform
Date Wed, 20 Jun 2007 11:02:20 GMT
Joerg Heinicke pisze:
> On 19.06.2007 10:12, Tobia wrote:
>> In fact I've noticed that the number of client-side javascript files
>> (not their complexity or size, so much as their number) referenced to by
>> Cocoon forms has a considerable impact on page load time.
> But if set up correctly with the appropriate response headers this 
> should only happen on the first access. Afterwards the files should be 
> taken from the browser's cache. Actually they can be cached quite 
> aggressively.

Yes, but it's quite annoying that this first access takes so long. It may make potential user
go away, especially when browser freezes.

> And that's the point where all the optimizations can even be 
> counterproductive. Collecting the parts you actually need for the page 
> and merging them makes them individual for that page (or a group of 
> pages) and the files need to be retrieved for every actual combination 
> of them.
> If size and whitespace matter why not just gzipping them?

Yes, it's another, valid, point of view. Meanwhile, we could think about making this behaviour
(aggressive caching + gzipping) default.

Grzegorz Kossakowski

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