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Last post Apr 22, 2008 04:56 PM by MVCNoob
Mar 11, 2008 12:27 AM|LINK
I recall Scott Guthrie saying something like MVC can do 800-1000 requests per second (correct me if I am wrong).
Generally speaking, assuming the page is doing relatively the same sort of operation (database calls, etc), how faster is MVC over webforms?
Mar 11, 2008 03:01 AM|LINK
I think he might have actually said 8000 - but don't quote me :). There is a perf gain since you're not loading up the control tree (and deciphering/setting ViewState) however there are a few more hoops involved with gettings the Controller and View linked
up. This is my off the cuff shorthand for saying we don't know just yet :) however we're pretty certain there is no loss of performance.
The main reason we haven't focused on it is because the ASP team is still building it - I'm sure numbers will be forthcoming.
Apr 22, 2008 04:56 PM|LINK
Well scottgu said 8K requests per second then I'm going to hold him to that! hahaha