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By km63399
Published: Jun 21 2013 / 17:03

Hello, I am pleased to announce a new article on by Leonardo Uribe: Understanding JSF 2.0 Performance – Part 2. In this series of articles, Leonardo Uribe discusses JSF 2 and MyFaces Core performance, and its implications for web applications. Additionally, he highlights last year's (2011-2012) performance enhancements in the Apache MyFaces JSF Implementation through an in-depth comparison between JSF and Apache Wicket. Leonardo compares different aspects—speed, memory usage, session size—to give a better understanding of how JSF works under different conditions. Finally, he does an up-to-date (2013) web framework comparison between JSF 2 and other alternatives like Apache Wicket, Apache Tapestry, Spring MVC and Grails 2. In the end, choosing a web framework requires that you balance performance with other considerations. Read Part 2 of the series here: --- Kito D. Mann | @kito99 | Author, JSF in Action Virtua, Inc. | | JSF/Java EE training and consulting – JavaServer Faces FAQ, news, and info | @jsfcentral * Listen to the Enterprise Java Newscast: * JSFCentral Interviews Podcast: * Sign up for the JSFCentral Newsletter:
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