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Digital Marketing Kit - Episode 4 http://youtu.be/RmiQBTTYkg8 ‪#‎digitalmarketing‬
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How to defer javascript

I really think this is the code that can help alot of sites.

http://www.feedthebot.com/pagespeed/defer-loading-javascript.html

This article explains in detail the Google recommended way of keeping your javascript stuff from affecting your pagespeed and letting your content be seen by users before your bells and whistles do
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Getting Started with Performance Testing a free whitepaper by +Telerik Test Studio 
Product · Demos · Pricing · Support · Roadmap · Try Now. Getting started with testing the performance of your website. Website Performance Testing. Regardless of whether you're validating performance requirements, guarding against regressions, or flooding your system in a load test designed to ...
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Twitter Bootstrap v3.0 template and theme for Sitefinity v6 is now available on #GitHub https://github.com/jbokkers/SF-BOILERPLATED
SF-BOILERPLATED - A Telerik Sitefinity CMS compatible port of popular frameworks as HTML5Boilerplate and Twitter Bootstrap
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An introduction video can be found here http://youtu.be/KbteHzlt8lA
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All you need to know for the recent changes in the .NET world. Download the Developer’s Guide to the New .NET for free. http://tlrk.it/14VKZpX
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If your wondering why your scripts aren't being loaded in 6.3, its because Sitefinity broke the latest release by adding RequireJS without any thought or consideration.
Bugs & Issues forum thread about Scripts broken in latest update.
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SF/Analytics shows all the generic info, but with SF 6 there also seems to be 'UserActivity' and 'Statistics' in the backend and a dedicated (non ga) tracking/stats JS snippet with a cookie named 'sf-trckngckie'.

Anyone know where and how to tap into that? And what we're able to retrieve from it?
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+Daniel Plomp Haven't had time yet for the latest build, but anxious to see Analytics in HTML5 :)

+Radoslav Georgiev Thanks, should have thought of that, hadn't configured personalization but needed tracking and i didn't connect the two...
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Image Compression for Web Developers

In the fight for bandwidth, nothing provides as large an impact with the least work as tuning your images to optimize for size against quality.

This article seeks to lay some groundwork and base understanding about Image compression formats so that web developers can actively, and more aggressively reduce their page-weight with informed decisions.

Mad props to +Addy Osmani and +Jake Archibald for lending their voices to this article.

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I was wondering if someone could help me out and explain the difference/preferred way with regards to loading of JS.

I've created two simple demo asp.net pages, with caching/compression configured. 
Both pages display some dummy bootstrap data and load a few JS libraries for testing (Modernizr, Respond, jQuery, KendoUI and Twitter Bootstrap).

Page Default1.aspx 'pre-loads' each individual .js file in the head and then renders them out using a technique by
+Jake Archibald (http://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/speed/script-loading/) with rel="subresource"

Default4.aspx uses Require.js. It 'pre-loads' require, main & app.js and loads require.js before body-close tag.
The main+app.js simply invoke the same libraries as the other page.


Chrome's NET panel shows the following results:
Default1.aspx: 
14 requests, 373ms (load:811ms, DomContentLoaded: 198ms).

Default4.aspx: 
15 requests, 333ms (load:163ms, DomContentLoaded:  84ms).


While the 333ms/373ms difference is negligible the load and DomContentLoaded times aren't. However a $(document).ready(function() will happen in both cases with (also negligible differences) around the 810ms.

The window.onload function is around 810ms in Default1, but with Default4 it happens way before the reach of require and thus rendering that impossible, which forces you to possible not load certain scripts through require.js.

So even though 'onload' gets triggered way earlier when using RequireJS, what is (if there is) the benefit of that since we can't depend on jQuery being loaded by that stage?
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Thanks for the +1 / links.
I realize they're somewhat obscure samples but given the different results and me not being an in depth JS expert, I'm interested in finding out where and what the added benefits or drawbacks are...
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Cool technique for creating custom social navs.
Sitefinity Tutorial: Easy, Configurable "Social Navigation". With the release of the new, template based navigation control in Sitefinity, it's now easy to set up a convienient way for clients to change: Which social media sites they have listed on their site. Where the links point to.
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Software consultant focusing on Telerik's Sitefinity CMS
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Experienced lynch-pin with an entrepreneurial & development background with a passion for prototyping, Telerik, Sitefinity and web optimization. 

As a Certified Business Consultant & Solutions Developer he has been fortunate enough to help deliver projects across Europe, the US, Australia and the Middle East. In his role as Telerik MVP he is an active community member, jump started open-source projects like Twitter Bootstrap compatibility and continuously beta tests and pushes the system for maximum performance.

Firm believer in Getting Things Done and agile enthusiast with a particular interest in business analysis and ECM (Enterprise Content Management).
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Telerik MVP & Sitefinity Certified
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Technical Project manager with hands on information analysis and development, specialized in Telerik Sitefinity
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  • Prototype Interactive
    Sitefinity consultant, 2013 - present
    Advise, architect and manage digital projects utilizing the Telerik Platform and Sitefinity CMS.
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    IA/(T)PM/DEV, 2006 - present
    Consulting and technical project management focusing on (Enterprise) Content Management, online strategy and technical platform integration & optimization. Delivery of websites and concepts. Functional & Business analysis, prototyping and implementation of projects using predominantly the Microsoft and Telerik platform across Europe, the US and Middle-East
  • Falafel Software
    Sitefinity Consultant, 2013 - 2013
    Advise, architect and manage digital projects utilizing the Telerik Platform and Sitefinity CMS.
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