Last post Jan 09, 2008 03:49 AM by hudo
Jan 07, 2008 05:17 AM|hudo|LINK
Is there perfomance benefits of using asp.net mvc comparing to regular webforms with whole page life cycle, viewstate and all that? It seems to me that mvc view engine still uses page life cycle events which may slow things down. Do I gain perfomance replacing
default view engine with nVelocity, who doesn't have page events but uses custom programming language (few loop types, variable assignments, ...)?
Is there some benchmarks of ASP.NET MVC vs MonoRail (vs Promesh.net) in terms of req/sec?
Related discussion from promesh forum:
Jan 07, 2008 10:22 AM|ChadThiele|LINK
While I haven't done any actual benchmarking, I would assume there are performance benefits simply because there is less "junk" emitted to the browser. No viewstate hash, no funky id's, etc... You get to control exactly what is sent to the browser.
Jan 07, 2008 11:41 AM|robconery|LINK
Is there perfomance benefits of using asp.net mvc comparing to regular webforms with whole page life cycle, viewstate and all that? It seems to me that mvc view engine still uses page life cycle events which may slow things down.
There is a perf gain in that the whole PostBack mechanism is not part of the picture anymore, and the page is essentially a bunch of script commands. As ScottGu pointed out in his demo to Alt.NET (where he intro'd MVC), ASP.NET MVC can handle a tremendous
Haven't done any testing with regards to the other engines - but it would be interesting :).
Jan 09, 2008 03:20 AM|Haacked|LINK
We have yet to do our own internal perf and stress measurements and optimizations. In fact, the task to build an app that exercises many of the features of MVC so that we can point our stress tester at it is on my plate.
Such an app would only be used internally for this testing. I could sure use some help with that. *hint* *hint*. ;)
Jan 09, 2008 03:49 AM|hudo|LINK
I'm little afraid to start building my next web site with this version of mvc, mostly because documentation and possible bugs. Maybe guys from CastleProject (monorails) can do some testing? I read somewhere that they inserted nVelocity view engine - and
because it's very nice syntax and separation of concerns it would be great to compare it with aspx view engine. Somehow i think nvelocity with it's absent of code-behind file (page events) gain some perf points here.
Looking at mvc "tiers" (don't know how to call it), it's not problem to write good designed code in Model and Controller, but its link to View, and rendering View it interesting part. That would be nice to measure and stress test somehow.
keep a good work!