this will help To me, the choice between the two is a semantic one: If I want to animate one object over several stages, I use a keyframe animation. If I want to animate several objects concurrently, I use an animation group (that can optionally consist of several keyframe animations if the animations of the single objects contain multiple stages).
JCR vs JPA for a DMS: performance, benefits, drawbacks
it should still fix some issue Short version: Documents are structured or semi-structured content. Thats THE use-case for a hierarchically organized data-storage. You should go for JCR if you don't want to implement all the basic dms/cms stuff for yourself (consider this, you're probably doing it the first time, while they were doing it all the time). Long version: JCR covers much of the basic use cases of document or content management systems by specification, like versioning, locking, lifecycle management or referential integrity. Further it allows you to extend your data without changing the schema (of course you can define your node types in a model, but you don't have to). Most of the JCR implementations (like Jackrabbit) use a database in the backend making them "little more" than an abstraction layer over your relational backend. To deal with large data, you can use the filesystem storage (which is much faster than storing every binary data to the database) while storing the structured data (nodes and properties) in the database.
Benefits and drawbacks of using .io TLD as Java package?
it fixes the issue For small projects, the package namespacing and the Maven groupId usually coincide, so let's assume they're the same thing for this answer: There are currently 383 io.* TLDs hosted on Maven central as opposed to 2245 org.* TLDs or a whooping 3520 com.* TLDs.
What are the benefits and drawbacks of using a CDN vs NPM/Yarn for dependencies?
I hope this helps you . A dependency manager will allow much more flexibility than a CDN as all the files are stored on your server as opposed to a CDN. However, a CDN can reduce stress on your server as the files are downloaded somewhere else and much quicker than if they were downloaded on your server. Most people choose a CDN for the main reason that most popular browser packages come on a CDN and it does not spam their server with requests to load the file. However, if you're doing something like server-side node.js then you can't use a CDN and you have to use npm or yarn.