Getting your app ready for production deployment

What we just uploaded to S3 was fully functional, but it wasn't quite production-ready from a performance standpoint. If you ran it through the YSlow Firebug add-on or Google Page Speed, you'll notice it doesn't get a very high performance score. You'll probably get a "C" grade on YSlow.

Improving the page-load time of your app

Currently, our app has about seven external JavaScript files, two CSS files, and some custom web fonts included in it. These are about nine additional HTTP requests that need to be made before the full content can be displayed.

Ideally, for production deployments, our JavaScript files need to be concatenated and minified. We will do this by using Grunt, an excellent Node- and ...

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