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Measuring Web Performance - HighEdWeb Edition

by Programmer/Project Manager at West Virginia University on Oct 07, 2013

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Today, a Web page can be delivered to desktop computers, televisions, or handheld devices like tablets or phones. While a technique like responsive design helps ensure that our websites look good ...

Today, a Web page can be delivered to desktop computers, televisions, or handheld devices like tablets or phones. While a technique like responsive design helps ensure that our websites look good across that spectrum of devices we may forget that we need to make sure that our websites also perform well across that same spectrum. More and more of our users are shifting their Internet usage to these more varied platforms and connection speeds with some moving entirely to mobile Internet. In this session, we’ll look at the tools that can help you understand, measure and improve the performance of your websites and applications. The talk will also discuss how new server-side techniques might help us optimize our front-end performance. Finally, since the best way to test is to have devices in your hand, we’ll discuss some tips for getting your hands on them cheaply. This presentation builds upon Dave Olsen’s “Optimization for Mobile” chapter in Smashing Magazine’s “The Mobile Book.”

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