How to cache site content for faster performance.
By Rick Anderson|
This tutorial will teach you the basics of building an asynchronous ASP.NET Web Forms application using Visual Studio Express 2012 for Web , which is a free version of Microsoft Visual Studio. You...
This deep dive explores common anti-patterns and gotchas in your ASP.NET apps. Levi demonstrates how to detect potential problem areas and offers clear ways to improve your application’s reliability and performance.
This article provides guidelines for improving performance of a site and links to best-practices documentation.
This article describes how to increase performance by caching application data and page output.
This article describes how to cache some or all of the response generated by an ASP.NET page (output caching).
This article shows you how to cache only certain parts of a page.
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