Framework Benchmarks

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Among the many factors to consider when choosing a web development framework, raw performance is easy to objectively measure. This machine is responsible for hosting the web application exclusively. Note, however, that when community best practices specified use of a web server in front of the application container, we had the web server installed on the same machine. For example, we used Sequelize for the JavaScript MySQL tests. JavaScript. Web servers.

Frameworks Round 4

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We’ve posted Round 4 of our ongoing project measuring the performance of many web application frameworks and platforms. This round adds Bottle (Python), Dancer (Perl), Kelp (Perl), MicroMVC (PHP), Mojolicious (Perl), Phalcon (PHP), RingoJS (JavaScript), Spark (Java), and Wai (Haskell). Additionally, we’ve added our fourth test called “Fortunes” which exercises server-side templates and collections. The new Fortunes test exercises server-side templates and collections.

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Mangling JSON numbers

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If we have a long (64-bit integer) that we serialize into JSON, we might be in trouble if JavaScript consumes that JSON. JavaScript has the equivalent of double (64-bit floating point) for its numbers, and double cannot represent the same set of numbers as long. If we store 2 53 + 1 in a long and that number is meant to be precise, then we should avoid encoding it as a JSON number and sending it to a JavaScript client. The output of x.toString() in JavaScript is suspicious.

Frameworks Round 1

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You are viewing the first round of web application framework benchmarks. Among the many factors to consider when choosing a web development framework, raw performance is easy to objectively measure. This machine is responsible for hosting the web application exclusively. Note, however, that when community best practices specified use of a web server in front of the application container, we had the web server installed on the same machine. JavaScript.

Interview with Chris Lyman and Corey Brundage, SendLove.to

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Effectively, what Corey and I are trying to do, is distill the course of opinions on the web, and turn that into a consumable format. Instead, what we have tried to do, is turn the social web into a sort of representative democracy. But, what frustrated me, is even with the democratization of the web as an information source, no one had paid attention on how to rate people.