Increased performance for MOSS apps using the PortalSiteMapProvider

Performance is usually top-of-mind for any web site deployment, including MOSS.  If you’re writing code that deals with SharePoint items, and you’re deploying that code to a site with even moderate traffic, you should consider using the PortalSiteMapProvider for increased performance.  In this post, Chris Richard takes us through the feature and describes how it can…

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Building a new page layout which does not reference core.js (but downloads it while the page is being viewed thereby optimizing response time)

[The optimization technique described below is an updated version of a previous blog entry. The primary change is that a new page layout rather than a detached page should be used.]   If you have an internet-facing website, you are probably exploring all avenues to make it more responsive to clients.  For some users – particularly…

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Building a detached page that does not reference core.js (but downloads it while the page is being viewed thereby optimizing response time)

[Update 02/21/2007: VERY IMPORTANT — the optimization technique described below may introduce an undesirable caching side effect. An updated optimization technique using a new page layout has been posted here.]   If you’ve implemented or are planning to implement a Internet facing website, you are probably exploring all avenues to make it more responsive to users and…

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How can I make my web site faster with caching ?

My name is Kai Lee, a program manager from the Web Content Management team. Today, I would like to explore the caching features in MOSS 2007 and help you answer the question: “How can I make my web site faster with caching ?”. Imagine for a minute that you have an external-facing web site with…

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