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First of all, I will tell website front-end developers High Performance Web Sites (handy and capable with only 170 pages) is a remarkable and essential knowledge guide book for front-end engineers. Hope it can draw you enough attention.

High Performance Web Sites combines with the latest situation and characteristics in web development field since the Web 2.0. It introduces the situation of website performance issues and the causes, as well as the principles, technical skills and best practices to improve or solve these problems. On the other hand, it focuses on the behavior characteristics of web pages, and elucidates the techniques about optimization of Ajax, CSS, JavaScript, Flash, image processing, and other elements, comprehensively covers all aspects of the browser-side performance problems.

In this book, the author gives us 14 specific optimization rules, each one with examples and provided online support. The whole content is fairly rich, especially suitable for web architect, information architect, web developers and product manager to read and reference.

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  • Chapter 1 The Importance of Frontend Performance
  • Chapter 2 HTTP Overview
  • Chapter 3 Rule 1: Make Fewer HTTP Requests
  • Chapter 4 Rule 2: Use a Content Delivery Network
  • Chapter 5 Rule 3: Add an Expires Header
  • Chapter 6 Rule 4: Gzip Components
  • Chapter 7 Rule 5: Put Stylesheets at the Top
  • Chapter 8 Rule 6: Put Scripts at the Bottom
  • Chapter 9 Rule 7: Avoid CSS Expressions
  • Chapter 10 Rule 8: Make JavaScript and CSS External
  • Chapter 11 Rule 9: Reduce DNS Lookups
  • Chapter 12 Rule 10: Minify JavaScript
  • Chapter 13 Rule 11: Avoid Redirects
  • Chapter 14 Rule 12: Remove Duplicate Scripts
  • Chapter 15 Rule 13: Configure ETags
  • Chapter 16 Rule 14: Make Ajax Cacheable
  • Chapter 17 Deconstructing 10 Top Sites

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