On 9/18/07, znmeb [email protected] wrote:
In looking for decent-sized Rails applications that are open source
and seem to be well maintained, the only thing I’ve come up with so
far is Typo.
The problem with Typo (as well as Mephisto, Beast, RForum, Instiki and
other blog / content management sort of apps) is that they do a lot of
page caching, so their execution profile has almost nothing to say
about performance of, e.g., transaction processing apps.
Facing the same problem at ThoughtWorks (making publishable,
reproducible statements about comparative Rails performance), we
recently created a couple of Petstore projects (woo-hoo, not just one,
Reproduction of Sun’s classic:
Something a bi t more Web 2.0-ish:
By the way, in some quick and dirty test I ran just yesterday, Rails
(running the first of the two Petstores above) seems about three times
slower than lean-and-mean Java (Clinton Begin’s JPetStore 5.0).