Many Spiders Make a Better Web: A Unified Web-Based Actor Framework
We argue that these solutions are based on actor models which do not optimally fit web development.
Concretely, existing solutions fail to provide programmers with an actor framework which embraces both parallelism and distribution.
To this end we present Spiders.js, an actor framework providing both high-level parallelism and built-in distribution.
In Spiders.js, programmers can easily specify the coarse-grained parallelism needs of modern web applications.
Moreover, Spiders.js' built-in distribution features allow programmers to express client/server, server/server and client/client distribution simply by using actors.
We show the performance characteristics of our approach by detailing Spiders.js' results for the Savina benchmark suite.
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