Internet Explorer 8 Performance Issues

יום שני, אוקטובר 17, 2011

Today's web sites are getting richer and richer. In the past rich web sites were usually web sites that were used for promotional purposes, today's demands require that even the most complex web application, has to include rich and user-friendly UI. so how exactly "old" browsers can hold up with this applications? What should be taken into consideration in the development phase? Get the facts Now days, I'm leading a team that is developing a large e-commerce site for our customer. Beside advanced e-commerce features, the web application has a very rich UI...
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JavaScript and CSS versioning and minifying

יום רביעי, יולי 13, 2011

if you developed web sites before JS and CSS versioning issues must be familiar to you. Versioning The problem You've gone live! Congratulations! You've got a great web site that include external JavaScript and CSS files. Now you found a bug in your jQuery function or maybe you would like to implement a new style change. Because the web browser download these files (images, static htmls, JS and CSS files and etc) the update won't be reflected upon the user's browser. The solution Implementation a versioning mechanic for the files will include the version number in the filename and...
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IIS error–Handler “PageHandlerFactory–integrated” has a bad module “ManagedPipelineHandler” in its moudle list

יום שלישי, אוקטובר 26, 2010

So, you’ve just set your converted or new web site on the IIS 7 / 7.5 and got the following error page : IIS 7.5 Detailed Error - 500.21 - Internal Server Error Server Error in Application "DEFAULT WEB SITE" Internet Information Services 7.5 HTTP Error 500.21 - Internal Server Error Handler "PageHandlerFactory-Integrated" has a bad module "ManagedPipelineHandler" in...
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TinyGet – load testing on your development environment

יום שלישי, ספטמבר 28, 2010

Load testing and performance testing, are usually done on a dedicated environment that was configured for this specific purpose. using TinyGet you could do some load testing right in your development environment. TinyGet is a small (but very useful) command line based utility,  that is part of the IIS 6 Resource kit that get be downloaded for free from here. you can use it the following way: tinyget -srv:localhost -uri:/<YourVirtualDirectory>/<YourPage>.aspx -threads:30 -loop:50 srv - your server DNS / IP (you can use the “r” parameter is port is needed) uri – the uri for the page...
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