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PHP Frameworks performance compared for performance and ease of implementation

Submitted by Aditya Sengupta on Friday, 3 June 2011

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Technical level

Intermediate

Section

Deployment

Session type

Lecture

Status

Submitted

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Objective

To help participants choose which Framework would ideally be suited to their requirements

Description

Working with PHP Frameworks usually makes going live with a site much easier, and while all the frameworks have their pros and cons, which one should be used for a high performance site with millions of users?

Frameworks could include Zend, CakePHP, CodeIgnitor, Symfony or even WordPress (yes, I know it's not really a "framework"!)

Slides

http://www.slideshare.net/aditseng/comparing-web-frameworks

Comments

  • 1
    rithish (@rithish) 7 years ago

    It would be interesting if the topic would also cover other web development requirements like - what's a good framework for creation of REST/SOAP API implementations, etc...

  • 1
    Ramprasad Rajendran (@rampr) 7 years ago

    Interesting, would like to attend. We did try to choose one and ended up building one of our one, primarily because there were 100s of frameworks and it was difficult to choose from them.

  • 1
    vamsiikrishna (@ing33k) 7 years ago

    +1 , I would like to see some light on x v/s y , also it will be grate if you can include kohana .

  • 1
    Rain 6 years ago (edited 6 years ago)

    Nice talk! Take a look to this other "hello world!" benchmark: http://www.devshed.com/c/a/PHP/7-PHP-Frameworks-Tested-For-Speed/

  • 1
    Andres Felipe Gutierrez 6 years ago

    Recently we're working on the real fastest framework: http://phalconphp.com/ :)

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