Archive for the ‘optimization’ Category

How PHP Executes – from Source Code to Render

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Inspired by a recent article on how Ruby code executes, this article covers the execution process for PHP code. Introduction There's a lot going on under the hood when we execute a piece of PHP code. Broadly speaking, the PHP interpreter goes through ...

Beaver in Action: Practical MySQL Optimization

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Clients with an existing application sometimes ask me to fix bugs, improve efficiency by speeding up the application, or add a new feature to some existing software. The first stage of this is researching the original code – so-called reverse enginee...

6 More Must-Do Grav Tweaks: Ready for Hacker News Traffic!

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We previously looked at some essential Grav plugins with which to round off the installation of a personal blog. In this post, we'll take a look at some additional, advanced plugins, as well as other tweaks we can apply. Related Pages Once a blog has ...

Can Symfony Apps Be Fast on Vagrant? Let’s Check with SuluCMS!

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In this short tutorial, we’ll set up Sulu and optimize on a Vagrant environment. Why a dedicated tutorial handling this? Besides the fact that Sulu has a rather complex initialization procedure, it is based on Symfony which is infamously slow on virt...

Managing Mobile Performance Optimization

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  You can’t underestimate the importance of consistent, high-quality web design across devices of all shapes and sizes. Responsive web design is the way forward — but it’s often linked to performance issues. This is critical when 64% of...

Can PHP Be Even Faster? Light-Speed with the Blink Framework

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Lumen, Silex, Slim, etc. you’ve heard of all of them. In this article, we’ll take a look at a newcomer called Blink. Blink was built to improve high performance applications that consume a lot of server resources, and it uses the Swoole PHP extens...