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PHP Performance tool 🛠

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PHP performance tool

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Easy to use

// Add namespace at the top
use Performance\Performance;

// Set measure point
Performance::point();

//
// Run test code
//

// Finish all tasks and show test results
Performance::results();

See the function overview for more functions.

Web preview

PHP performance tool for web

Command line preview

PHP performance tool for command line

See how to use query logging.

Web console

PHP performance tool with full date review

See how to use query logging.

See how to export data.

See more info over data review.

Functions

Set measuring point with or without label

Performance::point( <optional:label> );

Finish previous measuring point

Performance::finish();

Finish all measuring points and return test results

Performance::results();

See the function overview for more.

Command line

Run the performance test for the command line

// Normal
$ php your_script.php

// Or live version
$ php your_script.php --live 

Help, docs and links

Backlog & Feedback

If you have any suggestions to improve this performance tool? Please add your feature, bug or improvement to the BACKLOG.dm. Or create a issues.

Installation

Install with Laravel

Get PHP performance tool by running the Composer command in the command line.

 $ composer require bvanhoekelen/performance

Open your file for the performance test.

// Add namespace at the top
use Performance\Performance;

// Set measure point
Performance::point();

//
// Run test code
//

// Finish all tasks and show test results
Performance::results();

Install with Composer

Get PHP performance by running the Composer command in the command line.

 $ composer require bvanhoekelen/performance

Open your file for the performance test.

// Require vender autoload
require_once('../vendor/autoload.php');

// Add namespace at the top
use Performance\Performance;

// Set measure point
Performance::point();

//
// Run test code
//

// Finish all tasks and show test results
Performance::results();
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