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Web resource caching: Client-side

The subject of Web resource caching is as old as the World Wide Web itself. However, I’d like to offer an as-exhaustive-as-possible catalog of how one can improve performance by caching. Web resource caching can happen in two different places: client-side – on the browser and server-side. This article is dedicated to the former; the next article will focus on …

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Web resource caching: Server-side

The subject of Web resource caching is as old as the World Wide Web itself. However, I’d like to offer an as-exhaustive-as-possible catalog of how one can improve performance by caching. Web resource caching can happen in two different places: client-side – on the browser and server side. In the previous post, I explained the former; this post focuses on …

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Actief worden in open source

Stel, je wil actief worden in open source. Wat komt daarbij kijken? Danny van Bruggen, oud-maintainer van JavaParser1, en Jan Ouwens, maintainer van EqualsVerifier2, geven een kijkje in de keuken. Auteurs Danny van Bruggen & Jan Ouwens In de eerste plaats gaat open source om code: iets waar alle lezers van dit blad van houden. Maar open source is meer …

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