50 Ways to Avoid Find and Fix ASP.NET Performance Issues

by Anthony Dang, Kevin Griffin, David Haney, Troy Hunt, Anthony Van Der Hoorn, Michael Sorens, Matthew K, Dave Ward, Nick Harrison, Eremy Jarrell, Ian Dunkerly, Ted Jardine, Anthony Moorer, Julie Beller, Gregory Whatley, Shawn Binns, Bruce Norton, Steph

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Book Description

Read the tips and tricks that top developers from the .NET and SQL Server communities use to boost code and query performance in their applications.

50 tips from the .NET and SQL Server communities for boosting performance in your .NET application; Learn the secrets of your fellow developers and read advice from MVPs and other experts; Covers performance problems in .NET code, SQL Server queries, interactions between code and database, and more...

This open book is licensed strictly for personal or educational use. You can download 50 Ways to Avoid Find and Fix ASP.NET Performance Issues ebook for free in PDF format (1.6 MB).

Table of Contents

Caching is a last resort
 
Remove unused View Engines
 
Use Microsoft's PDBs to debug or profile external assemblies or libraries
 
A selection of tips
 
Make sure paging is conducted at the database layer
 
Always perform validation on the server
 
Review what client scripts you are using
 
Reduce the data sent across the network
 
Avoid running sites in debug mode
 
When in production, carefully consider what you need to log
 
A selection of tips
 
Use the startMode attribute to reduce the load time for your ASP.NET site
 
Don't underestimate the value of the UI when tackling performance problems
 
Throw hardware at the problem, not developers
 
Don't assume that problems can only arise from business logic
 
Before tackling any website performance issue, first verify the problem isn't on the client
 
Static collections
 
Know your loops
 
Seven handy ViewState tips
 
Avoid using session state
 
Take advantage of .NET 4.5 async constructs
 
StringBuilder is NOT the answer for all string concatenation scenarios; String.Join could be
 
ORM Tips
 
T-SQL Tips
 
Index Tips
 

Book Details

Subject
Computer Science
Publisher
Red Gate
Published
2012
Pages
50
Edition
1
Language
English
PDF Size
1.6 MB
License
For personal or educational use

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