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Frontend caching

by Head of R&D at echolibre on Apr 22, 2011

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You’ve used all the server-side caching tricks in the book: memcache, APC, database cache and so on to squeeze every millisecond out, and now your site is as fast as it will ever get. Well guess ...

You’ve used all the server-side caching tricks in the book: memcache, APC, database cache and so on to squeeze every millisecond out, and now your site is as fast as it will ever get. Well guess again! These technologies are caching and creating the HTML which, if they done correctly, is only 10 – 20% of the user response time, so there is a lot of room for improvement. Learn how to optimize your JavaScript, CSS, Images, Cookies and a whole slew of other things that make frontend caching a magical place.

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  • Tyrael Ferenc Kovács, developer at ustream.tv nice job, you should maybe mentioning the advantages of keep-alive in general and especially for https: you can save the ssl handshake between the requests. 2 years ago
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