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Frederik Van Zande

MySpace's Performance Tracker - 0 views

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    MySpace's Performance Tracker is a browser plugin that help developers to improve their code performance by capturing and measuring possible bottlenecks on their web pages.
katie daisy

Online Computer Support Services - 0 views

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    With increasing dependency on the Internet and computer, an average user needs to access technical support at least five times a year. And calling a technician every time robs you of thousand dollars. Continuing the same, most people end up with spending more on repairs than what they have bought their PC for.
katie daisy

Microsoft Help and PC Troubleshooting Services - 0 views

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    Microsoft Help is a literal term used by computer support providers to envelop a variety of support options for products including operating systems and office suites offered by Microsoft. These companies offer technical support for PC via phone or online.
Andrew Long

Technology News: Social Networking: Study on Facebook and Grades Becomes Learning Exper... - 0 views

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    More grist for the superficial media mill looking for evidence of slumps in academic performance from spending time online. This time it's Facebook.
Frederik Van Zande

32 Tips To Speed Up Your MySQL Queries | AjaxLine - 0 views

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    If you are interested in how to create fast MySQL queries, this article is for you
Frederik Van Zande

Non-blocking JavaScript Downloads » Yahoo! User Interface Blog - 0 views

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    External JavaScript files block downloads and hurt your page performance, but there is an easy way to work around this problem: use dynamic scripts tags and load scripts in parallel, improving the page loading speed and the user experience.
Frederik Van Zande

15 Tools to Help You Develop Faster Web Pages | Mind Tree - 0 views

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    Response times, availability, and stability are vital factors to bear in mind when creating and maintaining a web application. If you're concerned about your web pages' speed or want to make sure you're in tip-top shape before starting or launching a project, here's a few useful, free tools to help you create and sustain high-performance web applications. I've tried to include a wide variety of tools that are easy to use, and have tried to keep them as OS and technology-independent as possible so that everyone can find a tool or two.
Frederik Van Zande

Minify CSS/JS ant revisited using YUI compressor | Henke.ws - Failure is not an option ... - 0 views

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    I have revisited adding Yui compressor into my work's ant build script to minify JS and CSS scripts. The current jar was yuicompressor-2.3.5.jar . It took a lot of playing around but I finally stumbled on how to get it to work. Here is the snippet for the yuicompressor. I had to jump through a couple hoops like overriding the current js/css scripts with the optimized js/css scripts. I'll release a full working copy in a zip, you can run against your webroot. We achieved an average 18% compression rate for all our js/css files.
Frederik Van Zande

Performance Ajax tools - 0 views

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    Wasting server resources can impact the performance of Ajax applications, resulting in excessive HTTP requests, high memory consumption, and the need for an unusual amount of polling to make applications work. Regular developerWorks author Judith Myerson suggests some open source tools and Firefox add-ons you can use to improve or solve problems with your Ajax applications.
Frederik Van Zande

Ajaxian » Announcing AJAX Libraries API: Speed up your Ajax apps with Google'... - 0 views

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    I just got to announce the Google AJAX Libraries API which exists to make Ajax applications that use popular frameworks such as Prototype, Script.aculo.us, jQuery, Dojo, and MooTools faster and easier for developers.
Frederik Van Zande

Craftymind » GUIMark Detailed Analysis - 0 views

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    Performance of the User Interface of websites in browsers (multiple results)
Frederik Van Zande

Agile Ajax: Book review: Advanced Ajax by Lauriat (Part 2 of 2) - 0 views

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    Back in February, I reviewed the first half of Shawn M. Lauriat's "Advanced Ajax: Architecture and Best Practices" (Prentice Hall, 2008, 360p). The first four chapters of Lauriat's book, which focused almost exclusively on client-side technologies, impressed me considerably. But it's taken me several weeks to get through the remainder of the book, and there's one reason why: PHP.
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