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From:
archerydwd
Date:
2015-04-05 @ 12:56
Hi all,

For my final year project I have been comparing web frameworks to get 
performance benchmarks that others can then use when deciding upon a web 
framework. The idea is simple; first you build the same simple 
applications in another web framework and then use the tests that I 
provide. You then compare your results against my benchmarks to help in 
making a decision on your chosen web framework. I started out with 3 web 
frameworks; Ruby on Rails, Chicago Boss and Flask. I chose Rails because 
of its status as the go to web framework, Boss because of its fast growing
popularity and because of its Erlang implementation and finally Flask 
because it is very different to the first two in that it is a "bare bones"
web micro-framework. The findings are interesting and can be seen here: 
http://web-framework-comparison.blogspot.ie/2015/04/benchmarks-i-am-final-year-student-in.html

<http://web-framework-comparison.blogspot.ie/2015/04/benchmarks-i-am-final-year-student-in.html>

Thanks for taking the time to read this and hopefully it might be of some benefit.

Darren Daly.

Re: [flask] http://web-framework-comparison.blogspot.ie/

From:
Dorian Hoxha
Date:
2015-04-08 @ 17:20
Have you seen https://www.techempower.com/benchmarks/ ?

On Sun, Apr 5, 2015 at 2:56 PM, archerydwd <archerydwd@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> For my final year project I have been comparing web frameworks to get
> performance benchmarks that others can then use when deciding upon a web
> framework. The idea is simple; first you build the same simple applications
> in another web framework and then use the tests that I pro vide. You then
> compare your results against my benchmarks to help in making a decision on
> your chosen web framework. I started out with 3 web frameworks; Ruby on
> Rails, Chicago Boss and Flask. I chose Rails because of its status as the
> go to web framework, Boss because of its fast growing popularity and
> because of its Erlang implementation and finally Flask because it is very
> different to the first two in that it is a "bare bones" web
> micro-framework. The findings are interesting and can be seen here:
> http://web-framework-comparison.blogspot.ie/2015/
> 04/benchmarks-i-am-final-year-student-in.html
>
> Thanks for taking the time to read this and hopefully it might be of some
> benefit.
>
> Darren Daly.
>

Re: [flask] http://web-framework-comparison.blogspot.ie/

From:
Archerydwd
Date:
2015-04-08 @ 17:46
I started my project in November and only seen it a few weeks ago. If I 
was to start this project over again I would incorporate this into the 
project or consider adding Chicago Boss to their base of web frameworks. 

Darren.
Sent from my iPhone

> On 8 Apr 2015, at 18:20, Dorian Hoxha <dorian.hoxha@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Have you seen https://www.techempower.com/benchmarks/ ?
> 
>> On Sun, Apr 5, 2015 at 2:56 PM, archerydwd <archerydwd@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> 
>> For my final year project I have been comparing web frameworks to get 
perfo rmance benchmarks that others can then use when deciding upon a web 
framework. The idea is simple; first you build the same simple 
applications in another web framework and then use the tests that I pro 
vide. You then compare your results against my benchmarks to help in 
making a decision on your chosen web framework. I started out with 3 web 
frameworks; Ruby on Rails, Chicago Boss and Flask. I chose Rails because 
of its status as the go to web framework, Boss because of its fast growing
popularity and because of its Erlang implementation and finally Flask 
because it is very different to the first two in that it is a "bare bones"
web micro-framework. The findings are interesting and can be seen here: 
http://web-framework-comparison.blogspot.ie/2015/04/benchmarks-i-am-final-year-student-in.html
>> 
>> Thanks for taking the time to read this and hopefully it might be of 
some benefit.
>> 
>> Darren Daly.
>