Tuesday, October 14, 2008

7 ways to do Performance Optimization of an ASP.NET 3.5 Web 2.0 portal

Web 2.0 applications are widely developed. These applications often work with third party contents, aggregate them make various use of them and then make something useful and meaningful to the users. For the past few years, developers were also engaged with such endeavors and a lot of their websites have not addressed performance issues, thus resulting in an unpleasant experience to the users.

Performance is a vast area and great results can never be achieved by a silver bullet. This article explores some of the key performance issues that can occur while developing a Web 2.0 portal using server side multitasking and caching. It also demonstrates model driven application development using Windows Work flow Foundation.

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