Performance Optimization of ASP.NET Applications on Client-side

With the advent of new web applications with rich user interface, there is a lot of processing on the client side. Most of this processing is done using scripting languages like JavaScript, etc. Lot of new frameworks are in the market ranging from the ones doing simple manipulation of DOM to the most complex of templates for data and charts. Not only web 2.0 applications like Facebook, myspace are using this technology extensively, but line of business applications are also moving towards this model. Ajax technology provides users with a whole new experience which is very close to desktop applications.

New browsers are concentrating on this model as well with the introduction of new faster JavaScript engines. Chrome’s interface is done in a way that gives the impression of a stand-alone application running on top of desktop instead of an application opened in a browser.

This new model has given rise to many challenges in terms of performance of web applications. Client side frameworks and other resources like custom JavaScript files, style sheets, images, etc. are downloaded on the browser and if not managed properly, can really affect the performance of an application.

This article is more oriented towards how to improve performance of ASP.NET Ajax applications on the client side.

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