The final release of Vapor 3, have been planned to be when Swift 4.1 is officially released, which we unfortunately don’t have the exact date when will be.
There is though, that Apple suddenly decided to release Swift NIO, and we saw a great opportunity in implementing Swift NIO in Vapor…
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We have a daily limit, to ensure the stability of the system during the Open beta. More spots will open up daily, so be sure to check back to secure your spot :)
We will also soon make the message more clear in the signup process :)
Not yet. We might support that in the future. It’s hard to say with there being multiple different server architectures to choose from right now. We might end up offering an array of server types.
Right now it’s just 1 thread per Request…
Vapor has Session, Validation, and other middleware enabled by default as well. But I can disable middleware that is unfairly slowing Laravel down when I do actual benchmark testing. That will probably be third in this series.
If you’d like to help out with the benchmarking article to make sure it has the most accurate…
Why should whether the framework is compiled or not compiled make a difference? Accessing request data should be concise, expressive, and safe regardless of how the framework is deployed.
This article covers how JSON input/output is accessed/created. The graph on response times is simply an interesting look at how long the frameworks took to return the response while testing. Only 1 run was done and on a cold boot (with the exception of Spring since apparently it gives terrible load times on cold boot, so the graph has been updated…
Thanks for the response. The code you have is a lot better. :)
Would you consider helping me write the next post so I can have more accurate information about Django and Flask?
If so, join our Slack at http://slack.qutheory.io and I can add you to a group where we will discuss the next post.
This looks great. Would you consider helping me write the next article so I can have more accurate information about Spring Boot?
If so, join the Qutheory Slack (http://slack.qutheory.io) and I’ll add you to a group where we can discuss this.