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High Performance Web Sites: Essential Knowledge for Front-end Engineers 平装
- 语言 : 英语
- ISBN : 0596529309
- 尺寸 : 17.78 x 1.09 x 23.34 cm
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The detailed examples and associated discussions yield a lot of very useful tips - you'll definitely want to have this book near you. Likewise, the examples of dissecting the 10 most popular websites at the end of the book are very helpful, as they highlight the method, and also show how these practices have been adopted by different organizations.
Only word of forewarning: if you've read the YSlow documentation, then you won't find all that much new content in this book. Corollary: you can read the YSlow documentation to get many of the same tips and best practices, for free.
This book, however, is written by someone (a Yahoo engineer) who knows the front end (how the emitted HTML performs for the user) *is* often the biggest problem.
Instead of vague generalities, you'll find precise prescriptions (14, in fact) that when applied will make your site faster. The prescriptions are well-supported with both the *reasons* as well as examples of live URLs with and without the rules applied.
This book should be required reading for your whole engineering team. If you ran a series of brown-bag lunches and applied 1 rule per week, at the end of a calendar quarter you'd have a much snappier web site.
The book is a quick read containing some good hints and tips. Many are fairly easily investigated and implemented in most companies.
Seemingly out of place, however, is Rule 2: Use a Content Delivery Network. While it's certainly a good way to improve performance, it's not something every company can afford.
Overall, an interesting book.
The main problem is that you can EASILY find this information all over the Internet. In fact, as it turns out the author of this book is the author of a plugin for Firefox (in conjunction with the Firebug extension) called YSLOW. He has also written the online help for YSLOW on the Yahoo Developer Network. Consequently a large portion of the essential information in this book is actually available online for no cost whatsoever.