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JSLabs Blog:
5 tips for creating high performance web apps
February 08, 2007 @ 12:32:51

In this new post, Justin Silverton shares a few helpful hints for creating high performance applications in PHP:

  • use multi resultset queries to your database rather than many small ones
  • page/object caching
  • gzip compression
  • tune your web server
  • Don't save performance testing for the end of the project
Each of the items has explanation and links to more details on them (including links to three difference object caching applications - ion cube, alternative PHP cache, turck MMCache).

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