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Chapter 8. Nesting Circuits > Performance Considerations

Performance Considerations

Fusebox is an inherently organized framework. As this chapter has detailed, the ability to organize application behavior into a hierarchy of circuits offers a great deal of power for the development of complex systems.

To offer this well-organized modularity, though, Fusebox makes extensive use of <cfinclude> to build the code that will be executed for any given fuseaction. For each circuit that Fusebox involves in a fuseaction’s inheritance, it pulls in code from fbx_settings.cfm, fbx_layouts.cfm, and any additional layout files specified in fbx_layouts.cfm. From the main circuit, code from fbx_circuits.cfm is also included. In addition, code from the target circuit’s fuse files is brought into the page request.


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