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February 3, 2008, 3:24 pm
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project contest(fossconf) there i came to know that joomla cms is not
recommended to use for creating a web application that reads citizens
detail and stores in database , because it take some system resource
like CPU and other stuffs, is it true ?
And the team who did their web application project with joomla got
only second prize just because they are using joomla cms.
Re: joomla CMS takes more system resource, is it true ?
A widely used CMS will as a rule of thumb always take up more resources
then necessary, just because of the abstraction level and the number of
different things it must be capable of. Wether to use a CMS is normally a
pretty easy calculation. Check wether or not this 'overuse' of resources
is going to be a problem (it usually isn't), check wether a CMS is
allready capable of the functionality you desire, and compare the
development time & costs needed to either set up the CMS & use it, or to
write a slick, efficient solution yourself. Server resources are in normal
live seldomly the problem, and if they become one, making more efficient
PHP code is often just a temporary thing, a rewrite in a non-interpreted
language is often the next step. Also, keep in mind more hardware could be
cheaper then more development time.
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