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This is the archived version of the Zoompf blog. Since our acquisition by Rigor, all our new research and posts on web performance are being published on The Rigor Blog

How to Automatically Bundle Your CSS and Javascript in ASP.Net

Last year I wrote a beginner’s guide to using mod_pagespeed in Apache that allows the Apache developer to recognize significant performance optimizations for their site with very little effort. I thought it might be fun to revisit this topic, but this time focus on a great library for ASP.Net developers: System.Web.Optimization. In this post I […]

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Too Chunky: Performance and HTTP Chunked Encoding

While debugging a customer issue this weekend, I uncovered a problem with chunked encoding in general, and ASP.NET in particular, that can reduce your website’s performance. Let’s start with some background. Digicure is a web security and performance services company in Denmark. They are also a Zoompf customer. At the end of last week, they […]

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