Join Morten Rand-Hendriksen for an in-depth discussion in this video Server-side optimization, part of HTTP/2: Developing for Performance.
- [Narrator] Optimizing your images and your code…can go a long way to improving performance,…but if you want to truly optimize your site,…you need to take advantage of the performance feature…offered by your server as well.…Out of the box most servers come…with some performance tools already activated,…while others are dormant or require individual customization…on a site by site or page by page basis.…In addition, HTTP/2 introduces some new features…that can be utilized to improve…the performance of your site further,…but they have to be deployed on a site by site…and sometimes page by page basis.…
In this chapter, we'll take a closer look…at how to take advantage…of some of these performance features on your server…and how to make the server…do some of the heavy lifting for the browser.…I'll also walk you through an intricate command line process…to take full advantage of browser caching…and give you an introduction…to the revolutionary new HTTP/2 tool called Server Push.…So, time to compress our files, push them to the browser,…
- What is website optimization?
- Understanding how browsers render content
- Measuring performance
- Optimizing images
- Optimizing code
- Compressing data with GZIP
- Optimizing file caching
- Leveraging CDNs
Skill Level Advanced
Designing Websites for Performancewith Brian Wood43m 32s Appropriate for all
1. Web Performance: An Introduction
Plan of attack1m 52s
2. Web Performance Visualized
3. Optimizing Images
4. Markup and Content
5. Optimizing Delivery
6. The End
Thank you2m 31s
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