Sencha Teams with Speedment to Improve Web Application Responsiveness
Friday, August 5, 2016
Speedment states that Ext Speeder provides the ability to perform data queries against databases that contain up to 100 million elements, often in as little as ten milliseconds. Speeds are achieved through the remote, in-memory object cache, reducing query times by as much as a factor of 10 without impacting load in the application frontend or on backend database servers. Backend developers no longer need to implement and maintain REST API paths because the solution automatically creates comprehensive REST API endpoints from the relational database supporting the Ext JS application.
Ext Speeder can be deployed as a standalone utility for database acceleration in a standard J2EE environment such as Oracle WebLogic or Tomcat. Ext Speeder currently works with Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and MariaDB databases.
Ext JS offers developers a set of pre-tested and integrated components and allows developers to visualize and analyze the complex data sets and deliver the right user experience on any device.
Read more: http://www.sencha.com/products/extjs/
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