Ehsan Ghanbari

Experience, DotNet, Solutions

Introducing book: Fast Asp.net websites

Although I've decided to write a blog post about the key points of this book after finishing it But before that I want to tell you how I enjoy by reading this book in the way of coming back to home in taxi from my work place!

As every developer should know something about web site optimization, this book shares some good experiences on building fast asp.net web applications. there are dozens of techniques you can apply immediately to make your sites and applications faster.

 

Table of Contents

PART 1 DEFINING PERFORMANCE

  1. High-speed websites
  2. First steps toward a faster website

PART 2 GENERAL PERFORMANCE BEST PRACTICES

  1. Compression
  2. Caching: The sell-by date
  3. Minifying and bundling static files
  4. HTML optimization tips
  5. Image optimization
  6. ETags
  7. Content Delivery Networks

PART 3 ASP.NET-SPECIFIC TECHNIQUES

  1. Tweaking ASP.NET MVC performance
  2. Tweaking ASP.NET Web Forms performance
Fast Asp.net
 
 
 

Definition of amazon about the book:

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.

 

About Me

Ehsan Ghanbari

Hi! my name is Ehsan. I'm a developer, passionate technologist, and fan of clean code. I'm interested in enterprise and large-scale applications architecture and design patterns. I spend a lot of time on software architecture. Since 2008, I've been as a developer for different companies and organizations and I've been focusing on Microsoft ecosystem all the time. During the past years, Read More

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