[Dojo-interest] JSP vs HTML

bartlebooth bartlebooth at telenet.be
Mon Aug 6 18:09:00 UTC 2007

jsp's are compiled only the first time.
But of course the html has to be built up each time, in contrast to a 
html file. Although I doubt that this would really make such a difference.

Michael Jasnowski wrote:
> Well, JSP's have to be executed and possibly compiled each request prior
> to sending the content back to the client, whereas HTML doesn't.
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> Hello,
> This is probably not a dojo related question, but why does dojo load
> faster
> when I include it in HTML files as opposed to JSP?
> Thanks.

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