While a WiseJ application is opened in a browser, it is consuming memory and CPU at the server, correct?
So if one hundred users are connected at the same time, will the server be overloaded?
How it compares with traditional ASP.NET apps?
It uses the memory that your application uses. If you create 100 windows and never dispose them they will stay in memory. If you create a large data set and keep it (or save it in the session in ASP.NET) it will stay there until it’s disposed. It’s easy to profile your app. Create 10 sessions and write down the memory used by the IIS process, that is your base line, create 10 more, subtract and divide by 10.
Usually, what would be considered a large ASP.NET application we consider trivial and can be hosted easily for thousands of users on a small web server.
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