Stephan van Hulst wrote:I would only recommend using JSP if you've determined Thymeleaf is too slow for your purposes.
then Freemaker would be the best choice
Tim Moores wrote:That page specifically says that the speed difference between Velocity, FreeMarker and JSP is rather small. That implies that other considerations will/should likely be the deciding factor between them.
Puspender Tanwar wrote:But if the number of requests,Requests per second,Time per request etc. are major concerns, then Freemaker would be the best choice.
Stephan van Hulst wrote:The only way you will know which is right for your application in terms of speed, is to benchmark them for your application yourself, and only after you're not happy with the speed of the easiest one to develop with.
Puspender Tanwar wrote:Wouldn't Freemaker be the best choice, as it has good speed, less complex then JSP
Bear Bibeault wrote:Sure, you could put a bunch of crap in views that doesn't belong there and cause the JSPs to be nightmarish; or you could do it right, and keep the JSPs as simple as possible, doing all the heavy lifting in the controllers where it belongs.