Doctrine 80% faster?

A post in the doctrine-dev mailing list caught my attention last week, and I want to share its insights with you.

The good Marco Pivetta took initiative in adding proxy generation for hydrators, and in a lonely branch he’s pretty far with the progress on the matter: his latest tests show that the hydration process is improved by 80% which is a very good news, considered metadata-based software usually need to find a way to drastically improve performances because of the basic lack of performances due to having to read metadata.

Hoping to see this changes integrated in a stable branch very soon!


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