The 1.5.4 release notes says ‘Starting from this release, Wisej will no longer store the session id in cookies but will instead always store it in sessionStorage. This change eliminates the problems related to multiple tabs in the same browser reusing the same instance. Consequently, the settings “cookieless” and “refreshActiveTab” are deprecated.’
Here by ‘sessionStorage’, do you mean the browser’s session storeage(client side) or server side session storage? If it’s client side session storage then it sounds perfect. If it’s server side then the concern would be about the performance. For example in traditional web forms, where we had to support thousands of concurrent clients for the single web site/server, the session usage used to eat up the server resources limiting the users. Therefore, I am wondering how the sessionStorage works behind the scenes? Is there a documentation or note around this? This could give us confidence about the performance aspects in the upcoming release 2.
Thanks and regards,
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