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Using cache to optimize your website performance

Wednesday, March 4th, 2015 by Servage
cache-timeMost growing web projects will experience performance problems at some point. Usually this can be relieved by optimizing code and workflows. Especially database request are a big concern when it comes to optimizing website performance. These request happen while a script executes and must finish before the visitor can receive the response. This is often a bottleneck due to inefficient programming, and can be highly optimized. There are different approaches to this, and also very different stages during a response generation where caching can be applied. Therefore please take this as inspiration how to improve your site performance. The example below starts with the most generic caching available, ending up with the ...

Foundations to speed up a responsive website

Thursday, September 25th, 2014 by Servage
Lay Foundation to Increase Page Load SpeedResponsive websites with minimum load times are needed at the moment. Simple face-liftings are not enough to bring down load time considerably. In fact we need to perform a solid group of measures to reduce load-time, so let us see what can be done. When developing a great website in terms of features, functionality, and user experiences a dependency on many plugins, extensions, and scripts pose a big threat to our website in sense of unexceptionally high load time. It may seem like the foundation of the site is increasingly rotten, as load times increase with every new feature or plugin added to the site. Developers blood pressure rises, and revamping the ...

Some simple web-performance tricks

Monday, June 30th, 2014 by Servage
Web Page Performance Optimization Here, in the user experience era, our fundamental responsibilities are to maximize convenience and deliver excellence for each aspect of our website projects. The most prominent measure of website performance is that it loads rapidly, or loads just before our cherished visitors lose their patience. Diligently, web designers and developers make every effort to reduce the weight of loading documents while and increasing visual optimization. Our community of web designers handles the optimization aspect collectively and continuously, while web programmers aim for increased performance among dozens of other tasks. Web programmers are able to reduce document loading times by utilizing clean, compact, and comprehensive coding techniques. This includes adopting standard coding ...