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Hold a meeting and decide which factors (ease of use, scalability, etc.) you are going to use to judge each framework. Then, write a small prototype application, making several versions that use each of the different candidate frameworks. Have another meeting (code-review style), and evaluate each of the frameworks on the factors you decided on in the ...


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The level of optimization that you describe can be a useful consideration in the final stages of the project: your project is finished, meets the requirements, everything is working well, and you would like to squeeze a few extra bits of performance out of it without changing any other aspect. If you are at this stage, and the performance gain is believed ...


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It would be interesting to know what your team thought about your suggestion. I think it's got a lot of merit. To answer your questions. Bandwidth, for both options I would say that caching either on the end-user's browser or via an ADN or CDN would solve this problem for you. If a web application is getting three files: Title, Menu and Footer, that don't ...


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Basically, I find it very good to keep the 'title', 'menu' and 'footer' in independent files. What I really wonder about is: why don't you put them together on the server side??? <%@include file="title.jsp" %> <%@include file="menu.jsp" %> <%@include file="footer.jsp" %> Don't worry about bandwith The difference between your two ...


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Yes, but most browser already cache thing like image/css/js so the bandwidth saving wouldn't blow you mind but still no screen bleeping and less request is nice to have iframe has it place but I think for your case, AJAX is the best. there's other technique like using knockout so server only send JSon (instead of partial view) and later it will be rendered ...



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