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Profiling a PHP Application
April 18, 2011 @ 11:09:33

On DZone.com's Web Builder Zone today there's a new post from Eric Hogue talking about some of the tools you can use to profile your PHP application and squeeze that much more performance out of it (or maybe just find that pesky, elusive bug).

When developing web applications, we often run into performance issues. People often blame PHP or MySQL for bad performance, but in most case the answer is not that easy. Blindly trying to optimize random parts of our applications can lead to some uneven results. There are many available tools to profile a PHP application. Learning how to use them can help us pinpoint which parts are slow. With this information we can pick the optimizations that will give us the best results.

The helpful tools he mentions include:

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