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2016

2015

How to take advantage of Redis just adding it to your stack

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Redis is different than other database solutions in many ways: it uses memory as main storage support and disk only for persistence, the data model is pretty unique, it is single threaded and so forth. I think that another big difference is that in order to take advantage of Redis in your production environment you don't need to switch to Redis. You can just use it in order to do new things that were not possible before, or in order to fix old problems.

2014

7 Principles of Rich Web Applications |

This is a writeup based on a presentation I gave at BrazilJS in August 2014. It builds on some of the ideas I’ve been blogging about recently related mostly to UX and performance.

Velocity.js

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Velocity is a jQuery plugin that re-implements $.animate() to produce significantly greater performance (making Velocity also faster than CSS animation libraries) while including new features to improve animation workflow.

2013

A Beginner's Guide to Perceived Performance: 4 Ways to Make Your Mobile Site Feel Like a Native App | Mobify

Building well-designed websites on mobile devices is slowly becoming easier and easier. Whatever the method (responsive, adaptive, etc.), if you know what you're doing, crafting a good-looking site is not a problem. But your clients, just like ours, may still be asking for that app-like experience. And creating such experiences remains a challenge.

2012

JMeter Cloud Testing

BlazeMeter is a 100% Apache JMeter™ compatible, self-service, load & performance testing cloud. Instantly generate massive stress tests with comprehensive reporting & analysis tools. Try it now - it's free to start.

Data Modeling in Performant Systems // RailsTips by John Nunemaker

I have been working on Words With Friends, a high traffic app, for over six months. Talk about trial by fire. I never knew what scale was. Suffice to say that I have learned a lot.

toystore: Ruby mapper for key-value data stores, and darn near anything - The Changelog - Open Source moves fast. Keep up.

NewToy (now Zynga with Friends) the folks that brought you the wildly popular mobile game Words With Friends, also have served up some open source code for your enjoyment. John Nunemaker and Geoffrey Dagley have created Toy Store, an ORM that promises to let you completely change your data store in a couple lines of code.

REDbot: <>

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RED is a robot that checks HTTP resources to see how they'll behave, pointing out common problems and suggesting improvements. Although it is not a HTTP conformance tester, it can find a number of HTTP-related issues.

2010

Les spécialistes, Julien Berthier

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Un samedi, 7 heures du matin, sur un mur aveugle du 3ème arrondissement de Paris. Une façade aux codes architecturaux du quartier, occupant 10 cm d’espace public, est montée et collée en trente minutes. Presque 4 ans plus tard, l’adresse existe toujours. Régulièrement tagée, elle est nettoyée par la ville.

2009

Making browsers faster: Resource Packages · Alexander Limi

A proposal to make downloading web page resources faster in all browsers.

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