Is your website (or web-based application) not performing like you expect it should? Not sure why or what to do about it? Then come learn about some key things you can do to have your website perform properly.
<p>Over the weekend, I was fortunate enough to be at this year&rsquo;s <!-- raw HTML omitted --><!-- raw HTML omitted -->PHP<!-- raw HTML omitted --> UK Conference<!-- raw HTML omitted -->, in London. One of the highlights for me, as a Zend Framework developer and evangelist, was Gary Hockin&rsquo;s talk on <a href="https://www.dropbox.com/s/i9klpji4os53u90/Maximising%20Performance%20in%20ZF2%20-%20PHPUK.pdf" title="Maximising Zend Framework 2 Performance">maximising Zend Framework 2 performance</a>.</p> <p>Whether you&rsquo;re new to Zend Framework 2, or an old hand (<em>can someone really say they&rsquo;re an old hand after such a short period of time?</em>) the talk covered a range of tools, tips, and techniques for increasing application performance.</p>
Here&rsquo;s 3 simple ideas for improving Zend Framework 2 application performance without learning more code. Think Database
Do you want a scalable, high performance PHP application that logs everything in an intelligible manner; in a manner that you can use now, tomorrow and three weeks from now? It&rsquo;s so possible! In a series of posts, I am going to show you how to put it together using Zend Framework, ZeroMQ and Hadoop.