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Richard Thomas' Blog:
Direction of Zend Framework?
September 18, 2007 @ 14:27:18

Richard Thomas has gone back to a topic he talked about previously, benchmarking the Zend Framework, in a new post to his blog today.

So Zend Framework is now at 1.0.1, what did benchmarking find? The goal is to just output Hello World with the most basic set of files possible for each case.

His tests included several different methods:

  • Plain HTML
  • Pure PHP
  • Two different Zend Framework versions (1.0.1, 0.2.0)
  • Solar
  • his own "Cyberlot Framework"

For each stats are included for things like total time taken, complete requests, time per request and transfer rate.

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