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Last Visit: 04/18/13
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Its not for no reason that we announce every Monday and Thursday that: a.) WebAPP from http://www.web-app.net... is the fastest CMS Portal and b.) Avoid using piratical WebAPP scripts because they are both unsafe and sloooooooow. Here is the results of the test I just did on iwebtool.com:
Fastest CMS Portal: WebAPP from http://www.web-app.net...
Second Fastest CMS Portal: Joomla php CMS from http://www.joomla.org...
Third Fastest CMS Portal: php cms from WordPress and Drupal
Last place: WebAPP CMS from a piratical distributor.
WebAPP is two to four time faster then the most popular php CMS Portals out there (drupal, joomla and wordpress), this despite the fact that they use Relational Database which is supposed to be faster then flat db and despite the fact they hardly load "latest 5-10 news" while WebAPP loads over 30 languages and over 200 latest news on every site visit!
Next, when it come to using piratical/spinoff WebAPP distributions by false coders (those who copy/paste/mix/tricks other's codes), it should not surprise anyone that the original WebAPP script from http://www.web-app.net... loads nearly 20 times faster! We blured the original address of where the test was taken place for the public safetiness, as this script is not only slower but also a public security hazard with trillions of backdoors. However, it was speed tested at the distributor demo site, which is also located on DreamHost (like us!), so I guess no one could say that different servers CPU limitations were the cause for this slowness.
By the way, the undersigned has warned the owner of that site (per email) of some severe security issues related to allowing users accessing his "demo site", the owner did take the advices seriously and corrected some things, but I assume that the reason he forgotten to thank me for the advices was forgetfulnesses and not the typical ungratefulness attitude of the group he associates with.
GC/CS/E/H/IT/L/M/MU/PA/P/S/SS/TW/O d(+++)>+ s: a+>++>+++$ C++++$ UBAHS*++++$ P+++++(--)$ L !E? W+>++ N+++@ K+++>++++++@ w$ !O M->+ V--() PS+(-) PE(++) Y+ PGP->+ t+() 5 X? R>* tv@ b++>+++ DI+++ D? G(-) e++>+++@ h----() r+++ y++++ (Words of wisdom from Larry Wall, 1993)
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