posted: April 6th, 2005 · by: Sven
Now that we’ve seen that php5’s dom extension really lacks support for php’s own un/serialize()ation let’s have a quick look at some php implementations of XML Dom. Possibly, we can speed up our templating experiment’s performance by using a serialize()able XML implementation, so that we’re able to cache our components and ressurect them from an already ready-made, fully usable state?
We’ve done an internal, purely subjective mini-con/test with some php Dom implementations that were spit out by Google. It has been a veeery superficial search (so for sure there are more implementations out there) and it has been an even more superficial test setup (so for sure there are some tweaks to tune up performance for one or another implementation).
Probably, that’s interesting. So here are the results.Read the rest of this entry