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From Leonardo Uribe <lu4...@gmail.com>
Subject [MyFaces Core] Understanding JSF 2 and Wicket: Performance Comparison
Date Mon, 21 May 2012 07:52:07 GMT
Hi

In the last year there was a lot of improvements done inside Apache
MyFaces JSF Implementation (aka MyFaces Core), thanks to the
suggestions provided by the community.

To show how good was the improvements done, an in-deep comparison was
done between JSF 2 and Wicket. The code, detailed documentation,
experimental data and all related information is available here:

http://lu4242.blogspot.com/2012/05/understandingjsf-2-and-wicket.html

Source code, experimental data and other goodies:

https://github.com/lu4242/performance-comparison-java-web-frameworks

Detailed document:

http://www.scribd.com/doc/94007042/Performance-Comparison-Leonardo-Uribe-FINAL-Detailed

This results were part of the CONFESS 2012, celebrated some weeks ago.

http://www.con-fess.com

In the session called "MyFaces -50% RAM".

Let us know what do you think about it. I hope you like it.

best regards,

Leonardo Uribe

http://www.irian.at

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