immersiontravis - 2 months ago
I'm evaluating LAMP-based CMS platforms, and hoping to find one that we can adopt as our go-to platform. Pyro is leading the pack in most respects, except for one: performance.
I'm aware that running PyroCMS on Homestead can cause slow page loads (because Homestead doesn't enable NFS by default):
I've enabled NFS, and load times are much improved – but they're still not as quick as I'd like them to be. I've Googled around, and I'm not the only one with this concern.
It seems that the root cause of the performance issues may pertain to streams, and/or the autoloader:
Is progress being made in this area? If so, can anyone point me to concrete proof (e.g., specific commits or changelogs)? I really want to love Pyro – but performance is not optional. Every client expects pages to load quickly, and they're right to do so.