|Fast ASP.NET Websites
Dean Alan Hume
MEAP Began: December 2012
Softbound print: June 2013 (est.) | 375 pages
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Table of Contents, MEAP Chapters & Resources
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Front Matter - AVAILABLE
PART 1: DEFINING PERFORMANCE
1. High-speed websites - FREE
2. The first steps toward a better performing website - AVAILABLE
PART 2: GENERAL PERFORMANCE BEST PRACTICES
3. Compression - AVAILABLE
4. Caching: The sell-by date - AVAILABLE
5. Minifying and bundling static files - AVAILABLE
6. HTML optimization tips - AVAILABLE
7. Image optimization - AVAILABLE
8. ETags - AVAILABLE
9. Content delivery networks - AVAILABLE
PART 3: ASP.NET SPECIFIC TECHNIQUES
10. Tweaking ASP.NET MVC Performance - AVAILABLE
11. Improving ASP.NET Webforms performance - AVAILABLE
12. Data caching - AVAILABLE
Appendix - AVAILABLE
There's a real cost to inefficient HTTP requests, overloaded data streams, and bulky scripts. Server throughput is a precious commodity, and seconds—even tiny fractions of a second—can seem like an eternity while a visitor waits for your site to load. As an ASP.NET developer, there are dozens of techniques you can apply immediately to make your sites and applications faster. You'll find them here.
Fast ASP.NET Websites delivers just what it promises—practical, hands-on guidance to create faster, more efficient ASP.NET sites and applications. This book offers step by step .NET-specific examples showing you how to apply classic page optimization tips, ASP.NET-specific techniques, and ways to leverage new HTML5 features.
- Drastically improved response times
- Tips for Webforms and ASP.NET MVC sites
- Optimizing existing pages
- .NET-specific examples
Readers should be familiar with basic HTML, CSS, and ASP.NET concepts.
About the Author
Dean Hume is a software developer based in the UK and author of the HTML5 toolkit for ASP.NET MVC on Codeplex.
About the Early Access Version
This Early Access version of Fast ASP.NET Websites enables you to receive new chapters as they are being written. You can also interact with the authors to ask questions, provide feedback and errata, and help shape the final manuscript on the Author Online
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