JSF Performance: Mojarra improves dramatically with latest release

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Originally posted on techscouting through the java news:

In our comparative study about the runtime behavior of both JSF implementations we came to the conclusion that Apache MyFaces performs significantly better on large component trees than the reference implementation Oracle Mojarra. The duration Mojarra  took to step through the JSF lifecycle was increased by factors compared to MyFaces, e.g. a view containing 1.000 components took more than 5 times longer to render with Mojarra. This led to the assumption that the overall performance of Mojarra-based JSF applications may improve notably by simply switching the implementation to MyFaces.

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One response to “JSF Performance: Mojarra improves dramatically with latest release”

  1. sam says :


    Thanks for the note. TechEmpower is doing benchmark test for all frameworks(http://www.techempower.com/benchmarks/#section=data-r5), in that JSF is missing. we have not yet received a Git hub pull request with a JSF implementation of the tests. If you have time to do the implementation yourself, we’d gladly receive a JSF pull request!

    They put this into a Github issue for the time being.


    If plan to consider JSF, try it in following scenario

    A) Plain JSF Test

    1) Mojarra
    2) Myfaces

    B) JSF + Primefaces

    C) JSF + Icefaces

    D) JSF + Richfaces

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