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Increase ASP Dot Net Website Loading Speed Using Web GZip Compression

Sadly a large number ASP.Net web applications on the internet often do not use HTTP GZIP compression. Most modern browsers support GZIP compression. The benefits of compression are huge essentially significantly reducing the size of the HTML content that needs to be transfered. The end result is that the page loads in the browser in […]

[ More ] February 27th, 2009 | Comments Off on Increase ASP Dot Net Website Loading Speed Using Web GZip Compression | Posted in Code Samples |

Offloading Heavy Processing In Dot Net Web Applications

Executing heavy long running processing jobs within the application page lifecycle hardly ever desirable from a user experience point of view. After all no user likes to click a button and wait 5 minutes for a response. So how can we handle this? This is where IIS application pools comes in to save the day. […]

[ More ] February 27th, 2009 | Comments Off on Offloading Heavy Processing In Dot Net Web Applications | Posted in Software Development |

High Performance Remoting for Network Computing

“remoting remoting everywhere not a drop to drink.” This is often the case when it comes to finding a remoting solution for network computing applications. The primary remoting requirement for network computing applications is maximum throughput of transactions. Just to make this clear consider the following two scenarios: 1) An EDI application that executes 10,000 […]

[ More ] February 24th, 2009 | Comments Off on High Performance Remoting for Network Computing | Posted in Software Development |