ServletSpeedster provides a simple servlet composition for caching output.
ServletSpeedster is a simple servlet composition for caching parts of the output of a dynamic servlet or JSP. This can greatly improve efficiency for sites which have complex but partially static pages coming out from their JSP/servlet engines.
Simple forms of caching (like caching for a menu or news lists) can be written with ServletSpeedster in under an hour, and it doesn't force you to accept any heavy-weight framework to do it.
ServletSpeedster is meant to handle the requests that your servlet/jsp makes to get it's cacheable subparts.
While non cacheable content should be called directly, the cacheable output should be requested from ServletSpeedster.
Each time you ask for a cacheable subpart of a page from ServletSpeedster it looks up if the cached version is up to date and servers either a new output(if cache is invalid) or the cached output (if the cache is valid).
What's New in This Release:
· A glitch repaired in cache. (A typo caused running over the limit.)
· Added a better example app.