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Jean Ceugniet

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Interesting article by Tammy Everts
Google is experimenting with a red "slow" label on search results pages. The label warns people that your site is unacceptably slow.
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Dave Brown

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www.scriptcompress.com/JavaScript-Packers.htm - This web based app can compress HTML or JavaScript source code smaller than self extracting ZIP, but the best advantage is it is client side and self extracts & runs in JavaScript on practically any web browser. This may not seem like a big deal, but many big companies have to pay for more servers to cover the extra CPU usage to extract to clients that do not know how, this can skip those costs with more work. Also, many blog and web hosting companies (even sites that allow you to customize a page's look & feel) do not provide compression so we can post things that are already compressed.

This is a work in progress. Many people laughed at me when I first started it and told me it wasn't worth my time. Maybe they are right? I just know I am obsessed a bit now with it and you can make you own judgments...

To see some of my tests & results: +JavaScript Packer
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Maxim R

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PAPER Magazine “broke the Internet” when it put a naked Kim Kardashian on the web. This is how their web team made it ha…
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If you use a CDN, you'd rather drop the load balancer and use the CDN DNS service to load-balance your service between 2 DC location. Better perf, more flexibility and lower cost.
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Our rewritten app to  #mvcjs  nodejs framework in testing phase http://mvcjs.igorivanovic.info/. See system pref in testing phase.
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+Maxim R It's just result of test. And if you like you can take a look on framework.
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Maxim R

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At eBay, we take site speed very seriously and are always looking for ways to allow developers to create faster-loading web apps. This involves fully understanding and controlling how web pages are delivered to web browsers. Progressive HTML rendering is a relatively old technique that can be ...
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Have you used mongoDB one of the most used nosql db. In this tutorial you will learn how to use mongodb for creating database. How to install it and terminology used for mongoDB. MongoDB is an open-source document-oriented database
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I've just written an article about why to avoid one of the largest CDN providers currently available: http://speedslug.com/maxcdn-vs-cloudflare/ - Feedback is extremely welcome :)
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You're welcome, +Michael Mosesson​
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Problem with fontfaceonload

Hi,

I'm trying fontfaceonload (from zachleat) in order to optimize font face loading, but i'm having a problem : the script doesn't seem to work when fonts are loaded in my css file, but it works when there's a google font css file.
Test page with inside reference : http://jean-ceugniet-developpement-web.com/test/in.html
Test page with outside reference : http://jean-ceugniet-developpement-web.com/test/out.html

Anyone has a clue ?
Thanks
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The author found the bug and corrected it (many thanks to him) : https://github.com/zachleat/fontfaceonload/issues/15
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Gartner Market Share Analysis Report Recognizes #Tableau as the Fastest Growing Business Intelligence Software Provider for 2015 #Learn from #intellipaat
https://intellipaat.com/tableau-training/
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Peter Saulitis

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Want to find out the real impact your pesky third-parties have on web performance? Just opened up sign-ups for a webinar in March, thought I'd share here.
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Hi,

I recently had a chat with zach about his font face event script, and boom, here comes the article ! :D
Could someone give a feedback on the differences, pros and cons of each script (zach fontfaceonload and bram font face observer), please ?
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Ok, it's basically the same functionality, but with the observer you can specify the weight of the font you're observing, so the tuning is more precise.
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Let's put some awesomeness in this day...
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Student Duniya

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How to check memory usage by PHP Script

http://studentduniya.in/check-memory-usage-php-script/
How to check memory usage/consumption by php script. To check memory usage, PHP provides in-built function memory_get_usage(). This function returns the amount of memory allocated to PHP.
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Hey all,

Building a web cluster with Keepalived, LVS, Varnish, Redis, multiple Apache, MySQL & PHP-FPM nodes.
Just trying to decide on the filesystem.
On each Apache node I'd like to have the same vhosts content replicated between all Apache nodes.
I'm trying to choose between good 'ol rsync/crontab, NFS, DRBD or I'm wondering if Something like Ceph would be usable in such scenario.

This is not going to be a client's setup by the way, but my own, just to do tests and benchmarks on and gain experience.

Looking forward to your ideas.
Thanks in advance!
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Thanks +Maxim R​, will check it out. Will puppetize the whole bunch tot keep configs in check. Having multiple apache modes I can restart apache one node at a time without downtime 😀
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Do you guys think that deploying a web app on Google Compute Engine will help increase the performance? 

It won’t be false if I’ll say Google runs the internet. Therefore, it always tries to keep things speedy and you can experience the same on its infrastructure too.

In terms of speed, cloud hosting experts rate GCE amongst the top tier. Just look at the following network performance stats reported by +Server Density

I looking for a community feedback as we are recently in beta with our GCE integration at +Cloudways.  

Here is what we have built if you want to test: http://www.cloudways.com/en/managed-google-compute-engine.php
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What is your definition of "help increase the performance"?
Who exactly are those "cloud hosting experts" you reference?
This is an extremely broad and complicated topic. There are 100s if not 1000s of various metrics to measure and consider in various combinations. Cloud performance measurement is a separate field in its own.

That screenshot shows network performance between servers within the same datacenter. That tells you nothing about internet connectivity performance, cross-datacenter performance, packet loss rate, network latency/jitter, cpu performance, cpu-steal rate, memory performance, instance storage performance, attached storage performance, etc etc etc.
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An interesting perspective on the 1mb rule.. 
When a new website is released for a popular or high profile brand there are two stages of reaction. The first is praise: “it's responsive!”, “it's gorgeous!”. The second is criticism: “don't work in IE9!”, “it's over 1MB!”. As is internet traditional, opinion must be bipolar and unconditional.
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It's almost impossible to make a good visual website less than 1mb, you can make your codes way less than that, but at the time you create a gallery you just go far away 1mb.... 
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Andre Baltieri

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Muito bom dia pessoal! Vamos começar bem o dia, assistindo a quarta parte do treinamento Backends Robustos com ASP.NET Web API!
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Maxim R

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Compare the performance of raw HTTPS, SPDY and HTTP/2 on the same web page.
A Simple Performance Comparison of HTTPS, SPDY and HTTP/2. January 16, 2015. Firefox 35 was released this week and became the first browser to enable support for the HTTP/2 protocol by default. The HTTP/2 specification has not been finalised so Firefox actually enabled the Draft 14 version of ...
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Error: The initial connection between CloudFlare's network and the origin web server timed out. As a result, the web page can not be displayed.
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