Optimize your XPaths for better performance

This blogpost is part of a series on improving the performance of implementations of the Fonto editor. In our experience, XPath is often one of the biggest bottlenecks for the editor’s performance. This is logical if you look at most modern Fonto APIs: SX configuration, mutation hooks and even custom sidebars use a lot of …

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Optimizing an XPath

A poorly performing application is pretty much always something which upsets users. And they should be; why would they need to wait for an application to finish processing? Writing high performances software is hard: it takes time, skill, discipline, and careful craftsmanship. Whether you’re writing a database application or a microservice that implements some algorithm, …

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