The iterative performance-tuning process

The iterative performance-tuning process is a set of guidelines that will help improve application performance drastically. These guidelines can be applied in iterations until the desired output is achieved. These guidelines can also be applied to a variety of web applications, regardless of the technology used to build the application.

The first and most important part of any application is the rendering of static content. The delivery of static content is one of the most common performance bottlenecks. The static content includes images, logos, browser executable scripts, cascaded style sheets, and themes. As this content remains the same all the time, it is unnecessary to serve this content dynamically. ...

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