Which is fastest? ERB vs. HAML vs. Slim

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  • Hey

    HTTP load generator, ApacheBench (ab) replacement

    After that, we'll dive into load testing by creating some real-world template views, put them live on the server, and then perform some load tests via the hey tool. It provides us with some great features to send loads to a specific web application and get thorough data related to how each endpoint and, hence, each template engine is performing.

  • haml-slim-erb

    Performance of Rails Engines: ERB vs HAML vs SLIM

    You can find the source code for this example here.

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  • Slim

    Slim is a template language whose goal is to reduce the syntax to the essential parts without becoming cryptic. (by slim-template)

    In this article, we’ll test and analyze the performance of three most popular Ruby templating engines: ERB (the default one), HAML, and SLIM.

  • Haml

    HTML Abstraction Markup Language - A Markup Haiku

    In this article, we’ll test and analyze the performance of three most popular Ruby templating engines: ERB (the default one), HAML, and SLIM.

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