Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Re: how to make javascripts,static images and css cacheable...

Hi Aditya,

This article gives you the approaches for improving performance of GWT
Apps: http://www.infoq.com/articles/gwt-high-ajax


On Jun 29, 5:25 pm, Aditya <007aditya.b...@gmail.com> wrote:
> hello,
> I m using GWT on client side which includes lots of code and lots of
> processing which makes my GWT modules little heavier and
> Whenever i test it online it loads little slower than it was expected
> when i searched around the web i found the solution that I can
> make my static content cacheable i have pure HTML pages i dont know
> how to make it cacheable.
> I have included meta tags in my pages but most of the browser doesn't
> support these meta tags.
> So what could be done in such situation...?
> --
> Aditya

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