Caching is an important aspect of any project, if after caching your website still loads slowly you will need to use some profiling software to identify bottlenecks and refactor your code to make it more performant. This section covers some of the tips and techniques to help identify these issues.
Building a website that loads quickly is a critical step nowadays in order to create a successful website. To ensure your Episerver site has a blisteringly fast load speed, it’s a good idea to run a few speed tests against it. There are many tools av[...]
With the advent of faster processes, quicker internet connections and advances in technology, it's quite surprising that a study done by Radware found that in eCommerce sites at least, web performance has slowed on average 16% than previous year (New[...]
If your website loads slowly then you will experience higher bounce rates, you'll get fewer return visitors, customers will complain and you'll end up losing revenue and potentially damage your company's reputation beyond repair... so having a good o[...]
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Having a website that loads quickly should be at the top of your to-do list before you launch your website. Luckily there are a ton of free tools available on the market to help us out.
One of my favouri[...]
Page load speed is an essential factor in any business web delivery plan. If a web page takes too long to load, site visitors will simply jump ship and go somewhere else. EpiServer comes with a few basic in-built tools that can help you refine your p[...]
Over the last year or so, HTTP/2 is becoming a more widely adopted feature. In today's post, I'm going to talk about what HTTP2 is, why you should be using it and how to implement it with your Episerver website.
What Is HTTP/2?
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