[nycphp-talk] nested objects
chun_lam at hotmail.com
Wed Feb 12 23:53:47 EST 2003
If you put everything in oo design. The answer is (not well).
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I'm curious about that statement too.
I'm using objects very heavily, I guess about 95%, with good results on
small sites with low traffic.
Already maintenance seems to have improved over my old VBScript/ASP
code, which I had honed down to a pretty efficient set of subroutines in
#include files over the years, because of my personal preference for the
object design probably
But I have been wondering how it's going to scale performance-wise
Ophir Prusak wrote:
> Until now I have used very little OO PHP.
> I'm about to start a new project and was thinking of heavy usage of
> but your quote
> now makes me think twice.
> I'd very much like to know why you've dropped from 95% to about 20%.
> When is OO the best solution and when not.
>>That certainly is half the battle; probably more IMO. From initially
>>95% of my code OO, I've leveled off at about 20%, if even that, and have
>>discovered better mantainability, performance and overall design.
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