Consider what happens now when the page for a completed survey is requested by a browser. For each question in the survey, the returned completed survey page has an embedded image that, when fetched, will trigger a call to the
answer_piechart view. That view dynamically generates an image and is computationally expensive. In fact, depending on your hardware, if you try stepping through that view you may be able to observe appreciable pauses when stepping over some of the
Now consider what happens when many different users request the same completed survey page. That will trigger many calls into the computationally expensive
answer_piechart view. Ultimately, all of the users will be served the ...