swoft , you need to have some basic theory of server programming, in the traditional
php-fpm development mode you basically do not need to worry, resource release, sharing variables and other related issues.
But you don't have to worry. In the 2.x version, you can be
php-fpm as simple as the mode development, and if you have
Laravel used it, it will be faster because it is
DataBase basically consistent with the
Getting Started Tips
In Swoole resident memory development mode, do not share data with hyper-global variables, you can use
Context instead, do not use
curl extensions, of course, the
guzzlehttp bottom layer is also
curl do not support collaboration, for specific reasons you can refer to swool E Official Documentation
You can use your
swoft own with
guzzlehttp same convenience and speed, but also native support concurrent calls. You don't have to worry anymore, because a
http request takes too long, causing the server to go
However, in the next swoole will support the curl extension, I believe it will not wait too long.
Of course, there are a lot of details in the document are carefully described, in this is not a description.