Tag Archives: spring

Web Framework Performance Benchmarks

This is making the rounds and is pretty interesting: http://www.techempower.com/blog/2013/03/28/framework-benchmarks/ My framework of choice, Grails, doesn’t look spectacularly fast, although I already knew that. However, it is nice to see that it is notably faster than RoR (which appears to be a complete dog) and Django, and will probably improve quite a bit with v2.2 onĀ  Groovy 2.0 and Java 7. However, it seems a big part of the performance lag is because it’s built on Spring, and to my surprise Spring isn’t a great…

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Optimal JVM settings for STS/GGTS

I recently switched from Eclipse 3.6 to STS 2.7.1 (based on Eclipse 3.7). Ditching my old .project and workspace settings files along with the move has made for a smoother experience; it seems these files get corrupted over time,1 and I’m too lazy to do the research to fix them. However, the upgrade resulted in performance issues. For instance, it hung for ~10 seconds every time I saved web.xml, and there were various random pauses. It’s not the hardware: I’m on a Core i7 Quad…

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