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Note: Archived Content

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

Using real life collaboration to explain HTTP Caching

Do you still “collaborate” with your team or project team using individual Microsoft Word and Excel files? Let’s hope not, but if you still do, or you remember when you did, then you already have a solid understanding of how HTTP caching – done correctly – can dramatically, and simply improve your website’s performance. Here’s […]

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The Big Performance Improvement in IE9 No One is Talking About

Microsoft released a preview of Internet Explorer 9 last week. Much attention has been paid to its increased standards support as well as performance improvements such as GPU accelerated page rendering and a faster JavaScript engine. However a small blog post that has received virtually no commentary discusses a change with IE9 that may well […]

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META Refresh Nullifies Caching for IE6 and IE7

There has been some interesting discussion recently on the mailing list for Google’s Page Speed performance tool. Brian Brophy rediscovered a critical performance bug in Internet Explorer that Joseph Smarr had found nearly 3 years ago. Both Internet Explorer 6 and 7 are affected by this bug . IE8 is not affected. To summarize, the […]

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Apple’s iPad and Web Caching

Like most tech folks, I spent the afternoon watching and reading about Apple’s new iPad. To call it beautiful and innovative is an understatement. I want to purchase one. As in, right now. At $500 price point I wouldn’t even consider buying a netbook. Since I already have a netbook, I’m seriously considering replacing it […]

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