I am very happy because i have almost completed my first application with the Fez Cobra II net.
It is a HTTP Server that enables the monitoring of the state of a central alarm unit.
The central alarm unit can be connected via RS 232 or via LAN (using a RS-232 to Ethernet module).
Initially I had several performance issues in http/https communication, to solve them I adopted a thread pool (There is an interesting thread on this forum) to handle the request.
I used static html pages with asynchronous calls to json services with the minimum data set.
Another trick was to force the cache on the client for html, js , images etc…
All of the resources (html, js etc. ) reside in a resource file and then on the flash ( no SSD).
This caused me some problems during development because I often had to recompile and deploy, but using the emulator microsoft was fast.
Lastly I overclocked the ram of the Fez Cobra II and it really is much faster ( 40% faster in a request / response), for now I have not had any problems.
I have integrated authentication (form and basic) and a server-side session management with user access control and sending emails.
I would like to try it on a Raptor, but the size of the small Cobra II are optimal (It would be nice a Raptor with the Cobra II package :D).
Sorry for my English (Google Translator)