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Recent PHP 7 Framework Benchmark Comparisons

#11
@skunkbad
Completely agree with you. His first post is to say 'CI is not very good and you should not use PHP'

@cartalot
I really enjoyed seeing your test. But of course although it made me smile I read nothing more into it. I did not like the second link so much, where CI seems to not do so well. But again I do not read anything serious into it. (Those test must have taken ages to set up).

As Ivo Miranda was pointing out, there is a lot more to a framework than speed. I can well imagine though, on significantly sized sites, speed becoming a critical issue. Fortunately (or perhaps unfortunately) that has never been an issue for me :-(

Best wishes,

Paul.
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#12
No question about No Framework, CodeIgniter always rock!
There are those who tell lies with meaning behind them and those meaning less lies!
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#13
Oh no not another fame war!

It's a tool use it if you like.
What did you Try? What did you Get? What did you Expect?

Joined the CodeIgniter Community in 2009.          ( Skype: insitfx )
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#14
(08-20-2016, 11:42 AM)cartalot Wrote: hey this is the *Lounge* people - chill out. have a drink or maybe some hot tea. relax, its just one test. i thought it was interesting because it was PHP 7 and so i posted it mainly for the ci people here. but if you really want an in depth framework comparison this is the best resource i've found - if you click on "show filters panel" you can filter for whatever language / platform etc:
https://www.techempower.com/benchmarks/

Lol - good point but...
why-you-should-never-tell-someone-to-relax
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#15
(08-20-2016, 11:42 AM)cartalot Wrote: hey this is the *Lounge* people - chill out. have a drink or maybe some hot tea. relax, its just one test. i thought it was interesting because it was PHP 7 and so i posted it mainly for the ci people here. but if you really want an in depth framework comparison this is the best resource i've found - if you click on "show filters panel" you can filter for whatever language / platform etc:
https://www.techempower.com/benchmarks/

Hi. It's my first post here but I just have to answer this.

This benchmark is broken. Look at the CodeIgniter configuration

The tests were run with: Github Techempower CodeIgniter

And almost all PHP framework there are old versions running on PHP 5.5.

I think the PHP community should get together to update that benchmark. It's the most known and we are letting the PHP frameworks looks terrible.
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#16
A newer test suite, including more up-to-date versions of all of them (including CI4!) ...
https://github.com/kenjis/php-framework-benchmark
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#17
@ciadmin,

Thank you.
What did you Try? What did you Get? What did you Expect?

Joined the CodeIgniter Community in 2009.          ( Skype: insitfx )
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#18
(08-20-2016, 02:59 PM)PaulD Wrote: @skunkbad
Completely agree with you. His first post is to say 'CI is not very good and you should not use PHP'

@cartalot
I really enjoyed seeing your test. But of course although it made me smile I read nothing more into it. I did not like the second link so much, where CI seems to not do so well. But again I do not read anything serious into it. (Those test must have taken ages to set up).

As Ivo Miranda was pointing out, there is a lot more to a framework than speed. I can well imagine though, on significantly sized sites, speed becoming a critical issue. Fortunately (or perhaps unfortunately) that has never been an issue for me :-(

Best wishes,

Paul.

Here is a CI 3.1.4 generated web page Pingdom test knocked quickly p for demonstration purposes...

https://tools.pingdom.com/#!/dxuGKo/http...mg-002.php

Above link shows how a valid 5.1 MB AMP page loading in 1.35 secs!

I started using https://www.AmpProject.org and it is not only for mobiles! As long as the web page is responsive it resizes to all platforms.

Feel free to download the source file below, upload to your own server and use PingDom to test the load time. All images are hard-coded so should work on your site.

https://www.johns-jokes.com/downloads/sp...mg-002.php
CI4 - Playground:
    https://www.john-betong.tk/test/1/42
CI 3.15  -  AmpProject 
     http://tools.pingdom.com/fpt/#!/uC1KU/ww...-jokes.com

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#19
I just want to say LOL. xD skunkbad did answer it.
God Bless CI Contributors Smile
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#20
as many benchmarks , always ci beats laravel in performance
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