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Framework Load Testing: Performance is One Aspect ...

Webapper just released an interesting summary of load testing the CFPetMarket in its various incarnations. (Go to cfpetmarket.com to download the different versions of the application.)I don't think the results are all that surprising, so I won't belabor them here. What I do want to offer is a bit of my perspective on the issue of frameworks, CFCs, and performance in general.First and foremost, remember that performance is one aspect of software development. Clearly our applications must have acceptable performance in order to be successful. What I'm afraid of is that people will look at these numbers and gravitate towards a "Fusebox is fast, Mach-II is slow" line of thinking. Mach-II is slower than Fusebox, but as the Webapper folks and Simon Horwith both point out, this is to be expected based on the CFC-heavy nature of Mach-II applications.Note that I said Mach-II is slower than Fusebox, but that doesn't at all mean that Mach-II is slow. Performanc…

cf.Objective() Presentations and Code

If you believe in the saying "better late than never," then here for the patient among you are my materials from cf.Objective() 2006. Enjoy!
Head First Mach-II (presented with Peter Farrell)



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OOP for Noobz



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Migrating Legacy Apps to OOP with ColdFusion



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Comments
Matt,I am picking apart your OOP for NOObz code examples, trying to wrap my mind around OOP.I don't see anything in your examples that jumps out at me and says, "I'm the controller (as in MVC)."Is the ooForm2.cfm or chooseForm.cfm acting as your controller (I thought controllers were supposed to be cfc's, but I'm a noob, what do I know)?This example is helping me more than anything else - thanks a lot!
Posted by Aaron Roberson @ 4/17/07 3:04 PM

Hi Aaron--actually that specific example wasn't MVC. It was just designed as a gentle (hopefully) introduction to objects in…