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2010

this, is boomerang

"boomerang is a piece of javascript that you add to your web pages, where it measures the performance of your website from your end user's point of view"

Should You Use JavaScript Library CDNs? « Lickity Split

"JavaScript Library CDNs use the network effect. Our survey of the Alexa 2000 shows that right now there are too few people in the network to get any value. Only Google’s AJAX Library API has anywhere near the penetration to provide any benefit"

2008

Jiffy Firefox Extension - Documentation

The Jiffy Firefox Extension adds an additional panel to Firebug that provides a visual view of the Javascript time measurements captured by Jiffy-Web

Performance web » Archive du blog » JSON ?

Contrairement à une idée reçue assez répandue, l'usage de JSON à la place de XML pour optimiser les performances d'Ajax n'est peut-être pas si pertinent que ça...

Google Code Blog: How we improved performance on Google Code

If you're a frequent visitor to code.google.com for product updates and reference materials for Google APIs you're working with, you might have noticed that the page loading time (or page rendering time depending on how you see it) has reduced in varying

2007

Ajaxian » TIBCO GI Performance Profiler

TIBCO has released a new open source Ajax Performance Profiler that aims to answer the questions: How long did it take that service to respond? ...did it take for that component to render? ...that data to parse? ...for that function to execute?

Client Side Load Balancing for Web 2.0 Applications

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Advantages of using client-side load balancing over server-side load balancing? A special load-balancing device is unnecessary—there is no need to configure load-balancing hardware, or make sure the backup functions the same as the primary load balancer

jQuery: » jQuery 1.1.4: Faster, More Tests, Ready for 1.2

What would a release be without some speed improvements? $(”#id”) improved by 4919% on Firefox 2!

Julien Lecomte’s Blog » Gzip Your Minified JavaScript Files

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For optimal performance, gzip your JavaScript code, and stay away from “advanced” JavaScript compression schemes that look attractive on paper, but end up degrading the performance of your site.

SlickSpeed Selectors Test

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Des tests de performances automatisés des principales librairie Javascript : Prototype, jQuery, MooTools, ext, cssQuery, dojo query