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Fast ASP.NET Websites by Dean Alan Hume

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Chapter 10. Tweaking ASP.NET MVC performance

This chapter covers

  • Fine tuning ASP.NET MVC
  • Using view engines
  • Release mode versus Debug mode
  • The importance of a favicon
  • Utilizing a code profiler

According to the Performance Golden Rule, 80 to 90% of end-user response time is spent on the front end, and so far we’ve been focusing our efforts on optimizing front-end code. The Surf Store application had a very poor end-user response time originally, but you’ve optimized it over the course of this book until you cut its response time in half! But, what happens when your application continues to run slowly despite having a highly optimized front end? Sometimes you can’t avoid the fact that something in the back-end code is affecting your application’s ...

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