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Why are Heavyweight Components Heavy?

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I have read at quite a few places that Heavyweight components tend to
be resource hungry, the only explanation that I came across was that
the native components tend to be resource hungry, I just don't seem to
get it, native components IMO should provide better performance. Could
anyone elucidate as to why this is so? What are the special techniques
if any that are employed by light weight components that make them
light, and why can't these techniques be implemented in the
implementation of the heavyweight components?

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Imanpreet Singh Arora
isingh A@T acm DOT ORG
Jul 17 '05 #1
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