Pux was specifically work on slower machines and cloud environments where computing power availability matters and mundane tasks like URL rerouting should not be a priority.
Pux works basically like any other routing system, supporting both basic static and dynamic routes. For both cases, Pux is way much faster than more famous solution's like Symfony's built-in routing system.
This is mainly because Pux was written as a C extension to the PHP engine, allowing faster computation times and avoiding the wasted time spent with loading PHP classes and other useless resources.
Using indexed arrays to store URL routes patterns and flag and outputting the routes to a simple PHP array, Pux works much faster, even with APC support activated. Here are some key features of "Pux":