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Matt Curry's Blog:
8 Ways to Speed Up CakePHP Apps
March 18, 2009 @ 10:23:26

Matt Curry has a new post to his blog listing a few ways that you can help get the most out of your CakePHP application's performance.

It's a not so well kept secret that CakePHP is slow. What isn't well know is that this is done by design. I could get in a lot of trouble by revealing this, but I'm willing to take that risk. [...] Every time you use one of the tips in this article it's one less gold chain on the neck of a Cake developer.

Here's his list of eight tips:

  • Set Debug to 0
  • Cache your slow queries/web service requests/whatever
  • View Caching
  • HTML Caching
  • APC (or some other opcode cache)
  • Persistent Models
  • Store The Persistent Cache in APC
  • Speed Up Reverse Routing

Some of the tips are CakePHP specific, but several of them (the caching) can be useful no matter what sort of application you're using - framework or not.

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