I continue my studies about web applications optimization focusing in the browser side. My previous blog was about YSlow, the excellent add on of Firebug. Now, I focused more to understand how browsers cache works and how to trace problems caused by its storage strategies.
The browser side was a great concern few years ago, when the power of the client machines and the available broadband were...
on Aug 15, 2007
A good way to reduce the number of Http Connections required to
load a web page is to store images and other resources in the browser cache. It is very
well presented in this other blog. The problem is to find a correct
configuration of the names and values used by different browsers to
optimize the cache usage. To help us to identify what is going on during
the communication between browsers and...
on Aug 8, 2007