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New benchmark shows that Mezon PHP Router is up to 60 times faster then Slim one

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php routes benchmarks (10 Part Series)

1) New php router is 25 times faster then klein router 2) New PHP router wich is 7 to 15 times faster then Symfony router 3 ... 8 3) New PHP router wich is 30 to 50 times faster then Laravel router 4) New PHP router wich is 24 to 42 times fatser then Yii2 router 5) Real life comparison of Symfony router and Mezon router 6) Real life comparison of Symfony router and Mezon router. Part 2 7) Benchmark of PHP Altorouter 8) New benchmark shows that Mezon PHP Router is up to 60 times faster then Slim one 9) Benchmark of Mezon PHP Router and LeagueRouter 10) Mezon PHP Router is up to 82 times fatser then Bramus Router

Intro

Hello all! Now we benchmarking Slim framework's router.

As usual we have two cases:

  1. http server accepts request, launches php script, wich handles this request, and then all script data uploads from memory. All following requests are processed in the same way. In this case very critical to launch script as soon as possible and we do not have time for long pre-compilations and preparations. Because all of it will be lost after the script will finish working;
  2. php script is launching, initiating all internal components (and router is one of them) and then starting processing requests. This case can be organized via for example react-php. It differs from the previous case because we can spend reasonable time to pre-compile routes for faster processing.

Benchmark principes

Here is our static routes generator

public static function generateSlimStaticRoutes(int $amount): \Slim\App
{
    $router = AppFactory::create();

    for ($i = 0; $i < $amount; $i ++) {
        $router->get('/static/' . $i, '\Mezon\Benchmark\paramCallbackPsr7');
    }

    return $router;
}

And here is the generator for non-static routes

public static function generateSlimNonStaticRoutes(int $amount): \Slim\App
{
    $router = AppFactory::create();

    for ($i = 0; $i < $amount; $i ++) {
        $router->get('/param/' . $i . '/{id}', '\Mezon\Benchmark\paramCallbackPsr7');
    }

    return $router;
}

Here is our test for the first case:

$_SERVER['REQUEST_METHOD'] = 'GET';

for ($i = 0; $i < \Mezon\Benchmark\Base::$iterationsAmount; $i ++) {
    $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'] = '/static/' . rand(0, 100 - 1);

    $router = \Mezon\Benchmark\RouteGenerator::generateSlimStaticRoutes(1000);

    $router->run();
}

And for the second case:

$_SERVER['REQUEST_METHOD'] = 'GET';
$router = \Mezon\Benchmark\RouteGenerator::generateSlimStaticRoutes(1000);

for ($i = 0; $i < \Mezon\Benchmark\Base::$iterationsAmount; $i ++) {
    $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'] = '/static/' . rand(0, 100 - 1);
    $router->run();
}

Results

Let's see the results (the bigger numbers means better)!

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As you can see Mezon router is up to 60 times faster then Slim. And it is faster almost in all tests.

What is mezon/router?

mezon/router now is:

  • framework for routing with 100% code coverage
  • 10.0 points on scrutinizer-ci.com
  • router is a part of the Mezon Project

Repo on github.com: https://github.com/alexdodonov/mezon-router

I'll be very glad if you'll press "STAR" button on Github )

php routes benchmarks (10 Part Series)

1) New php router is 25 times faster then klein router 2) New PHP router wich is 7 to 15 times faster then Symfony router 3 ... 8 3) New PHP router wich is 30 to 50 times faster then Laravel router 4) New PHP router wich is 24 to 42 times fatser then Yii2 router 5) Real life comparison of Symfony router and Mezon router 6) Real life comparison of Symfony router and Mezon router. Part 2 7) Benchmark of PHP Altorouter 8) New benchmark shows that Mezon PHP Router is up to 60 times faster then Slim one 9) Benchmark of Mezon PHP Router and LeagueRouter 10) Mezon PHP Router is up to 82 times fatser then Bramus Router

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