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ASP.NET 4.0 in Practice by Marco De Sanctis, Stefano Mostarda, Daniele Bochicchio

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Chapter 16. Performance and optimizations

 

This chapter covers
  • Compressing and minifying your markup, CSS, and JavaScript files
  • Using multithreading techniques to boost performance
  • Writing parallel code using ParallelFX
  • Optimizing web.config

 

This chapter is the last one of our book, and we’re approaching the end of our exploration of ASP.NET. What better way to end our voyage than with performance.

Performance is a driving factor for web applications. You never know how crucial it is until you have a problem. Performance is often confused with scalability, but they aren’t the same thing. You can achieve better performance by scaling, and you can optimize your user experience by following a simple set of rules—and by employing some tricks. ...

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