[Cosmo-dev] replacing json-rpc with atom for preview
mikeal at osafoundation.org
Fri Mar 30 12:09:59 PST 2007
I want to begin by saying I think it's a good idea to get away from
our current monolithic jsonrpc service. It's fairly ugly and is going
to get a little unmanageable unless we do something about it and this
might be a good chance to up our performance.
But, I think it's worth looking at all of our options and even
looking at not using a standards based solution if it's going to
increase webui performance.
>> does anybody have any questions or concerns about this proposal?
If we use json like the examples in the document above which use a
namespace looking markup, we may end up adding a lot of extra parse
It's also important to note that although all the gdata feeds at
google have this option none of the actual google webapps use this
feature, the actual data format that's sent between the server and
client js varies a little from app to app but none of them use this,
or anything that would take this long to parse.
All the performance stuff continues to freak me out the more I think
about the amount of events we'll be sending if we do either a month
view or calendar overlays, or god forbid BOTH.
> The areas where I would have concerns:
> 1. Impact on schedule - I think that a successful prototype would
> address this concern
I would really like to see some perf numbers for parsing this kind of
data format from mde as well. Especially if we turn up the number of
events to 1000+.
> 2. Impact on quality of the Web UI -- having it regress from where
> it is now would be bad -- I'm not sure that doing Atom is any worse
> than what we already planned to do for the dashboard, so this isn't
> really an increase in risk from where we are now.
It could be if we add additional parse time.
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