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Book Of Speed: The business, psychology and technology of high-performance web apps

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Book Of Speed: The business, psychology and technology of high-performance web apps
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Publisher: BookOfSpeed.com

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No one likes to wait and we all hate slow pages. Page loading times affect the bottom line, the user satisfaction and happiness, SEO and many other factors for the success of a web site. It is therefore critical to no longer consider performance as an afterthought, a nice-to-have or a part of the post-launch activities.

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