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2answers
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How relevant are “Requests per second” benchmarks?

Whenever a new framework is released it is a given that someone somewhere will benchmark it against other available solutions. One interesting benchmark is the "Requests per second" benchmark. For ...
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3answers
387 views

Add javascript to all pages (for caching), or only to the pages that require the scripts (for a smaller page size)?

I'm using bits of javascript on my website for an image gallery, smooth scrolling, etc. These scripts are not used on every page (not every page has an image gallery for example). However, the scripts ...
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2answers
267 views

Store image as logic file (in db by using binary format) or physical file (in the server) [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: what are the best tips for storing images in a database? In those study cases of image storage, An image that change only once in a while, if it changes at all (like ...
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4answers
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Which would be the best platform to develop websites to be used with very slow connections without sacrificing too much the design? [closed]

How can we give dial-up users in some remote places or less developed countries, a good experience while using dynamic websites.
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2answers
559 views

How to test the render speed of my solution in a web browser?

Ok, I need to test the speed of my solution in a web browser, but I have some problems, there are 2 versions of the web solution, the original one that is on server A and the "fixed" version that is ...
5
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1answer
112 views

When to use shared libraries for a web framework?

tl;dr: I've found myself hosting a bunch of sites running on the same web framework (symfony 1.4). Would it be helpful if I moved all of the shared library code into the same directory and shared it ...
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6answers
2k views

Do variable names affect the performance of websites?

Do variable names affect website performance? I know this will going to be very low number, but still can any one provide the reasons for not choosing a long variable name in aspect of performance?
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1answer
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Looking for web languages performance comparison [closed]

Not to long ago I was here on stack overflow and saw this great diagram of programming languages performance comparison, and now I can't find it... Does anyone have a similar comparison? The two I'm ...