By improving PHP web performance, we mean the achievement of
minimum loading time of web application so that it is loaded quickly and
imparts a user-friendly experience. So, this requires us to take a
number of important steps: One of the important things we should
keep in mind for this is that we should avoid using for each loops and
instead of it, make use of array_mappings and other predefined
functionalities.Also, we should reduce the number of executables in one particular loop.In addition to this, the database
design and database structure are also critical factors affecting the
website loading time. So, the database needs to be designed absolutely
according to the requirement taking care to include neither any extra
tables nor any extra columns.Another important step is to check for
the memory usage in normal and peak usage conditions with the provided
PHP functionalities.This is followed by checking whether
the variable holding resources objects and large datasets…
What is Google App Engine? As some of you may remember, about 1 year ago, I posted an article about Google App Engine, a cloud computing environment that Google has been working on to host Web applications in a way that, in theory, it provides automatic scalability, so sites can handle large audiences without having to plan and invest on servers to handle large loads.
* Running PHP applications on Google App Engine As some of you may be aware, thanks to Quercus project, it is possible to run PHP 5 applications on environments that have a running Java Virtual Machine.
Introduction Did you know there are data exchange formats besides XML? If the data to exchange is flat, i.e. is not in an hierarchical structure, CSV (comma separated values) format is a good candidate format to import or your export your application data.
You can find out more about CSV format in Wikipedia: