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Re: [gef-dev] Interest in GEF-Web?
- From: Frank Gerhardt <mailinglists@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2012 21:55:07 +0100
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On 03/21/2012 09:46 PM, Vineet Sinha wrote:
> Glad to hear of the work. We should join forces.
> Did you do this work on top of our GEF-GWT prototype
> (http://www.architexa.com/about/labs/gef) that we demo'ed a couple of
> years ago or did you start this effort from scratch. The main
> challenge that we hit when using GWT was performance of large amounts of
> of GEF functionality. Have you guys been able to get around this yet?
lot faster recently. How does it feel for you? What about the load time?
What about the snappiness when using it?
> We are currently working on having most of the code running server
> side, with draw updates being pushed to the client as well as custom
> code for performance optimizations.
We decided to put the client on the client. I have done a lot with RAP
and I really like it. But if the network is nasty, a RAP UI will get
really slow. GEFGWT can work completely offline. You only need some way
to load and save your model.