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Let’s take a look at something no-one sensible would worry about. I want to build a string to use as a key for a cache, something like <type>:<client Id>:<id>. “P:phil:76HS87ak” for example. But I want to do it fast. And I don’t want too many allocations…
Hi Nicolle, nice article! Glad to see OrientDB outperforms all the other Graph Databases. About the used memory, OrientDB could pre-allocate the RAM, that’s why it looks so high. I’m sure you can run the same test with much less RAM with pretty much the same results.
Thanks for providing some concrete data! It’s good to know what the payoffs are in a situation like this.
As for anyone else out there wondering what the pros/cons are, theres is a good explanation in the Recompose docs, which refers to these type of functional components as being ‘referentially transparent’.