I started off using the meteor way of using subscriptions for many one off small requests and then query the single record on a collection/subscription. Then I thought I could simplify this and moved going away from Pub/Sub to just using a method to request a small piece of data. The more of these method calls I stacked the worse my performance got when it hit a method that had database calculations. I know methods run in order and I think only one at a time vs. many concurrently is my real issue. I came across the package simple:rest. Browsers support many http threads and I won’t be limited to a single thread using methods. This is for non reactive data.
What I am wondering is for performance what do most people use? The data is a small calculation that is for an un-authenticated user.
If I migrate away from methods to http POST requests can I get more threads and better performance?