440Re: TaffyDB makes the internet faster!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Jason Wright <jasonwright365@...> wrote:
> I was recently contemplating: Why isn't the internet faster?
> The wait time of many pages is the initial latency of getting the reqest to
> the webserver, then the response, then the time to download all the
> So, if we reduce the number of web page requests to the server, cache
> information for subsequent requests, and allow the browser to sort much of
> the information that is downloaded (instead of a far and away SQL server)
> then we can save immense amount of time, and some central database
> Take Autotrader.com as an example. You put your search criteria for a car
> in, press search and voila- you see a list of cars.
> I realized it could be a lot faster and a "client-side database" (aka
> TaffyDB) could help each subsequent pageload in the same search be nearly
> instantaneous! information on each car could be stored in a TAFFY()
> database. Then you want to change the results to sort by price...BAM!
> Instant results. Sort by distance...BAM! Also instant!. Go to the next
> can cache the images for all those pages after your initial page loads.
> When will the internet get faster? When we start taking advantage of the
> incredible capabilities of using a client-side caching and databases!
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