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turtlebite
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« on: June 25, 2012, 01:30:55 »

Hi!

After a heating discussion about PureMVC and performance I decided to create a little test application: one app is using a single monolithic class, the other, identical app is using PureMVC. Maybe there are others who like to have the source code to compare? Feel free to do so! :-)
http://blog.turtlebite.com/puremvc-performance-test-compared-to-using-no-framework/

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Christian
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« Reply #1 on: June 25, 2012, 01:51:22 »

Hey Christian,

That's a nice demo. Good to be able to demonstrate that using good OOP separation of interests (and in particular the PureMVC framework) has no discernible impact on performance. In a large application, it's generally accepted that in order for a team to work on a project it really needs to be broken into multiple classes, and that OOP best practices are a good thing to adopt even if you're sure there's a 'shorter path'. But the one thing that naysayers usually fall back to is the 'performance will suffer' argument.

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