Craig Buckler gives a comprehensive run down on areas to focus on when you’re on a mission to reduce the bloat.
Nice little reminder on ensuring that the consideration of performance (benefits or impacts) is made during the web design and development process.
Great article on how to not only delivery a great mobile web experience, but a radically faster one too.
Bonus Link: http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2013/04/03/build-fast-loading-mobile-website/ – Great pre-reading.
Paul Irish walks through how WebpageTest can provide insights in to where performance bottlenecks can occur and what metrics matter.
Canonicalizaton of URLs (think www and no-www versions of the same site/page) using redirects as both an SEO and performance impact as explained in this article.
Following on from our last link – What to look for when running performance tests and analyzing waterfall charts.
WebPagetest creator Pat Meehan writes a great overview explaining web-performance site waterfalls and how to immediately recognise common issues.
Dan Riti explains how he took a relatively standard BootStrap example website and optimized it to achieve a score of 100 on Google’s PageSpeed Insights.
Software Architect and Microsoft MVP Troy Hunt outlines his comprehensive approach to optimizing his new site for reduced bandwidth and improved speed to handle massive traffic spikes.
IISpeed is an IIS webserver extension that ports mod_pagespeed from Google.