Eod SQL Applied – Part 1/5 (Introduction)

Introduction

This is the first part of a series of posts, dedicated to how best to apply EoD SQL in different types of applications. Each post in this series will cover a specific type of application, and the different parts of EoD SQL that generally work best within those applications. The articles may dive fairly deep into the workings of the API, but at the end you’ll have a much better idea of where things fit in, and how they fit together.

EoD SQL well understands that (a) people like to do things differently and (b) one solution is not right for everything. While under the hood: any one part of EoD SQL works much the same way as any other part, as you climb the structural ladder, things begin to behave very differently. These behaviors have a massive performance and memory impact on your application and how you will be treating the underlying database drivers.

What we’ll be covering

  1. Swing Applications
  2. JSP / Servlets and “Related Technologies”
  3. JavaScript / JSON Applications
  4. GWT Applications

Although you could go with the “one size fits all” route (and EoD SQL would still perform wonderfully), the objective of these posts is to expose you to the different flavors of EoD SQL data structures and get you thinking about how you can mix and match them in your application to produce different results.

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