Web Performance

This course will focus primarily on how to use techniques to reduce the number of files that must be requested, the size of the files, and how often the files need to be requested to increase performance
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This course will focus primarily on how to use techniques to reduce the number of files that must be requested, the size of the files, and how often the files need to be requested to increase performance
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Modern web pages require browsers to download upwards of 100 files (CSS, JavaScript, Images) for each page request. Most of the time spent on these pages is due to these components, not the time it takes to execute server side web pages. This course will focus primarily on how to use techniques to reduce the number of files that must be requested, the size of the files, and how often the files need to be requested to increase performance. Proper application of these techniques can greatly decrease the time needed to view a web page, while also reducing bandwidth and load on the web servers.
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Description
Modern web pages require browsers to download upwards of 100 files (CSS, JavaScript, Images) for each page request. Most of the time spent on these pages is due to these components, not the time it takes to execute server side web pages. This course will focus primarily on how to use techniques to reduce the number of files that must be requested, the size of the files, and how often the files need to be requested to increase performance. Proper application of these techniques can greatly decrease the time needed to view a web page, while also reducing bandwidth and load on the web servers.
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Rating
(287)
Duration
2h 51m
Released
8 Aug 2011
Course authors

Robert Boedigheimer works for Schwans Shared Services, LLC providing business solutions with web technologies. Robert has been developing web sites for the past 15 years. He is an ASP.NET MVP, an author, and a 3rd degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do. Robert regularly speaks at national and international events.

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