Jun 25, 2014 at 1:17 AM
Edited Jun 25, 2014 at 1:52 AM
I am trying to understand when to run
. I think that, for best performance, we generally need to
- download the Orchard Source
- add/change/remove any modules or themes
- run build precompiled
- publish the result
- repeat steps 2 to 4 anytime we change a module/theme
- on a LIVE site, avoid installing modules/themes from the Gallery.
Here is my rationale. A fast site is one that has NO .csproj files
, because best performance occurs when we don't do dynamic compilation. Modules from the Orchard Gallery come with a .csproj.
So, true or false? For best performance, avoid installing modules/themes from the Gallery on a LIVE site. Rather, install themes/modules locally, run build precompiled, and then publish the results.