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SharePoint 2010 Web Parts in Action by Wictor Wilen

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Chapter 9. Programming and caching for performance

 

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Performance is crucial! When you’re using SharePoint’s cool functionality to develop Web Parts, user controls, or other SharePoint artifacts, you’ll likely build applications that consume server, client, and bandwidth resources. While in development mode, your Web Parts will run fine, but once they’re in production, with more data and more users, your applications can degrade in performance. Personally, I’m a performance fanatic and like to achieve even the smallest optimization.

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