Round 11 of the ongoing Web Framework Benchmarks project is now available! We'll keep this blog entry short and sweet.

The highlights for Round 11

View Round 10 results
  1. Three new languages are represented in Round 11: Crystal, D, and Rust.
  2. Meanwhile, the total number of frameworks has increased by 26.
  3. The new frameworks are:
    • silicon (C++)
    • aleph (clojure)
    • pedestal (clojure)
    • crystal-raw (crystal)
    • moonshine (crystal)
    • vibed (d)
    • jawn (java)
    • mangooio (java)
    • rapidoid (java)
    • koa (js)
    • sails (js)
    • clancats (php)
    • limonade (php)
    • asyncio (python)
    • cherrypy (python)
    • webware (python)
    • klein (python)
    • turbogears (python)
    • web2py (python)
    • wheezyweb (python)
    • hyper (rust)
    • iron (rust)
    • nickel (rust)
    • akka-http (scala)
    • colossus (scala)
    • finch (scala)
    • http4s (scala)
  4. More than 150 pull requests merged since Round 10.
  5. Fixed many tests that were broken in Round 10 (e.g., many Lua tests and several JavaScript tests)
  6. Fixed a few issues causing inter-framework conflict due to processes not properly closing and releasing TCP ports.
  7. New dependency tool that helps organize, unify, and simplify required software (e.g., software such as python2 is now easily loaded/reused without contributor knowledge required)

View the full results of Round 11.


As always, we thank all contributors to the project. 1,112 total closed pull requests in the project's lifetime paints a vibrant picture of community involvement. Thank you!