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This Week in Website Performance

This Week in Website Performance is a weekly feature of the Monitor.Us blog. It summarizes recent articles about website performance. Why? Because your friends at Monitor.Us care. Essential Server Performance Metrics you should know, but were reluctant to ask Author: zhirayr. There are a great many important metrics that allow you to evaluate the health… Read the full post


ASP.NET Performance Tips

In this article you can find some easy steps you can follow to maximize the performance of your ASP.NET applications. 1. Use caching. When multiple users request the same content from your page, your server can respond with a cached copy of that content. This way, only the first user will have to wait for… Read the full post

Website Performance: JavaScript

This article lists many of the JavaScript performance tips found on the World-Wide Web. The focus is on listing them concisely rather than explaining them. Please read the referenced articles at the bottom for further information. The tips are classified to make it a little easier to find what we need.The author has tested some… Read the full post

Web Server Performance

Website Performance: Taxonomy of Tips introduced a classification scheme to help us organize the many performance tips found on the Internet.  Today’s article reviews the tips in the third category, the-server-processes-the-request. Server-side scripting and services accessed by it (e.g., databases) will be reviewed in future articles. Today we look at the web server and its… Read the full post

Website Performance: Server to Client Wrap-up

Website Performance: Taxonomy of Tips intro­duced a clas­si­fi­ca­tion scheme to help us or­ga­nize the many per­for­mance tips found on the In­ter­net.  In Emp­ty Src and Href At­tri­butes, Com­po­nent Caching, and Image Processing for Performance, we ex­a­mined tips that af­fect the “jour­ney from the ser­ver to the cli­ent.”  We wrap up this dis­cus­sion today by sum­ma­riz­ing… Read the full post

Google/Yahoo Best Practices

Like it or not, your end-users will judge your website.  If, in their judgment, it is perceived to be slow, that judgment will partly determine how often they return.  It will also affect their friends’ decisions insomuch as user experiences are shared.  That’s why monitoring the user experienceis so important.Now on to the next step. … Read the full post