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Author Topic: Great Roundup: 15 Tools to Help You Develop Faster Web Pages  (Read 4918 times)

mouser

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This is a really nice roundup, which focuses on profiling tools but includes a little bit of everything..

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Response times, availability, and stability are vital factors to bear in mind when creating and maintaining a web application. If you’re concerned about your web pages’ speed or want to make sure you’re in tip-top shape before starting or launching a project, here’s a few useful, free tools to help you create and sustain high-performance web applications.

I’ve tried to include a wide variety of tools that are easy to use, and have tried to keep them as OS and technology-independent as possible so that everyone can find a tool or two.



from http://www.veign.com/blog/

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Re: Great Roundup: 15 Tools to Help You Develop Faster Web Pages
« Reply #1 on: June 15, 2008, 03:02:30 PM »
cheers! would be great if i could actually focus on that instead of having to develop more web pages lol

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Re: Great Roundup: 15 Tools to Help You Develop Faster Web Pages
« Reply #2 on: June 15, 2008, 04:58:23 PM »
I'll definitely have a look at those tools when it comes to relaunching my websites. atm it's just not worth it, because the whole structure will change soon anyway.

But I intend to use some of those tools while setting things up. YSlow seems especially interesting for its integration with firebug (I would get nowhere without firebug).