These days web applications performance became more important to businesses and it leads to Performance => Better Visibility => More Customers => More Revenue. Especially for Internet-based distributed applications, the need is even more acute – users have a choice about where they browse, and if a site’s performance frustrates them they may never return. Every web application consumes around 80% end-users time on page download. Most of this time is tied up in downloading of different components like images, scripts, flash, stylesheets, etc…
In this series of blog posts, I’m going to share different techniques that I used in different ASP.NET & SharePoint projects for frontend optimization. These techniques are pretty simple and standard best practices for frontend optimization. But I’m going to share the facts and figures that I got in different projects.
- Part 2: Optimizing CSS
- Part 3: Optimizing Images
- Part 4: Miscellaneous Optimization Techniques
- SharePoint Performance Best Practices
- ASP.NET Performance Best Practices
Each part will be published soon…