Has anyone done any performance tests against similar applications built in
ColdFusion? I've inherited a bloated ColdFusion system that I'd love to
re-cast in Webware...
on 6/1/01 2:06 PM, webware-discuss-request@... at
> Message: 3
> From: "Sasa Zivkov" <sasha@...>
> To: <webware-discuss@...>
> Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2001 10:54:31 -0000
> Subject: [Webware-discuss] RE: webware vs PHP speed
>> On Thursday 31 May 2001 11:30, Chuck Esterbrook wrote:
>>> At 05:15 PM 5/31/2001 +0000, Sasa Zivkov wrote:
>>>> My speed tests showed that Webware is about 9 times
>>>> faster than PHP in the case PHP application is made in
>>>> an object oriented way!!
>>> That's fascinating. I would love to get the details on
>>> that. It would make a nice article/paper for the web site
> I have been converting one our PHP app to Webware app, and
> when it is finised I will do speed tests again.
> Right now I have just tested small examples with only
> one HTML page + database access.
> At this moment I do not know when the conversion will be finished
> but I will definitely let you know results of speed tests once
> it is finished.
>> My experience is similar. I had an object orientated framework
>> in PHP for doing something like what the Page class and
>> TemplateServer's SkeletonPage class do. PHP was serving at
>> around 35-40 req/sec for about a 2 pages of HTML and
>> with no DB stuff. The same with WebWare/Page is serving at over
>> 100 /sec. With Webware and TemplateServer it's almost
>> 200 /sec. But more importantly, it's far simpler to understand and
>> maintain and the dev speed is dramatically faster. And this is
>> for a simple application! It's with complex applications that
>> Python/Webware really trumps PHP, ASP, etc..
> -- Sasa
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