Re: Node.PHP

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Maybe stupid question, but is node.php really necessary? If you can program
PHP and it performs better than node.js, why would you need to have another
wrapper around things. Why not just program "normal" PHP?

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On Sat, Mar 31, 2012 at 10:39 AM, Hiyarli Baba <rootdot@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> As like Micheal's said said just keep up alive the project
> I was preferes node.js to pho only when i needed send millions of ssl
> api requests.
> nodejs sends 1k https request in onky 2 second including parsing
> required elements from database , check the returned source write to
> file
>
> if you want develope / clone more modules for that please start from
> http|s.req :p and let me coninue at php
>
> http://stackoverflow.com/a/9199961 my nodejs + php thing
>
> 2012/3/22, Michael Save <savetheinternet@xxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> > Very nice!
> >
> > I'll have a proper look at this in the morning, and I'll try it out
> > for myself. Looking forward to seeing more development on this.
> >
> > Michael
> >
> > On Thu, Mar 22, 2012 at 11:40 AM, Joseph Moniz <joseph.moniz@xxxxxxxxx>
> > wrote:
> >> Hey,
> >>
> >> So i had my first Hackathon at work last week and my project was to
> >> prototype making a node.js clone using PHP instead of V8. So i
> >> snatched up libuv and joyent's HTTP parser and set off on a 24 hour
> >> coding spree to get something workable. By the time the sun was coming
> >> out the next morning the following code was working.
> >>
> >>    <?php
> >>
> >>    $http = new node_http();
> >>
> >>    $http->listen(8080, function($request, $response) {
> >>        $response->end("yay, super awesome response");
> >>    });
> >>
> >>    nodephp_run();
> >>
> >>    ?>
> >>
> >> The C code that powers it was whipped together really fast and is kind
> >> of hackish as a result. The code has some memory leaks that i haven't
> >> had time to fully track down yet. Some small portions of the code were
> >> borrowed from the phode project.
> >>
> >> In a naive benchmark on this simple server VS an equally simple server
> >> in node.js this implementation already out performs node.js in
> >> throughput by being able to serve just under 200% the amount of
> >> requests per second that node.js could. Take that with a grain of salt
> >> though because node.js has much more feature and is much more hardend
> >> from production use. I do believe the PHP binary will have some major
> >> performance gains over V8 as crossing the PHP <--> C barrier seems to
> >> be a much lighter operation then crossing the V8 <--> C++ barrier.
> >>
> >> Any help or feedback will be greatly appreciated. The projects source
> >> code can be found here: https://github.com/JosephMoniz/node.php
> >>
> >> - Joseph Moniz
> >>
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