should help you out Really, you'll be fine with any of the major ones because they all can accomplish basically the same things and most have a lot of plugins and scripts that overlap. That said, I'd recommend either jQuery or MooTools. jQuery - Large community. Very fast with latest update. Very easy for beginners. Lots of plugins.
help you fix your problem The code doing the buffering in the OS and in the language is the same regardless of the port so whether its coming in to multiple buffers in multiple sockets or one buffer in one socket makes no difference. Setting a larger (N times) buffer on one socket on one port would be equivalent to N buffers on N ports. I would also say that if you are talking about 8 * 30 packets per second (240 packets/sec) then unless you are running this on a calculator from the 1980s you don't need to worry about buffering performance.
Memcached Client for .NET/C# - what are the pros and cons of each?
will help you It's hard to tell the pros and cons when using an external library in Android app development. Most of the time, it depends on the real circumstance. If the library simplify your app development and it's specially optimized for Android, it's worth to try. When it comes performance about external library, the document says we should be careful.
Are there open source machine learning libraries that can be integrated with an iOS app (not looking for pros-cons or be