Defining and Improving Website Load Testing

load testing

Before launching a website, you want to be sure it can handle the expected level of activity without slowing down or crashing. Load testing allows you to see how your site will perform under “real world” conditions and helps you identify areas where changes need to be made to avoid unexpected problems when the site goes live.

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Optimizing React Performance – 12 Tools and Tips

react performance

Many front-end developers love React because it streamlines the process of performing UI updates, but React apps of substantial size can sometimes become laggy. Sadly, adding a front end library such as React doesn’t instantly improve an app’s performance. React must be properly configured.

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6 Popular Headless Browsers for Web Testing

headless browsers

How do you know if the user interface (UI) of a website you’re developing works as it should and the site as a whole delivers the optimal user experience (UX)? Headless browsers give you a fast, lightweight way to automate high-level actions and get an idea of how well your site operates in common scenarios.

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The Importance of Using a CDN for Gaming

cdn for gaming

Anyone who has ever worked on an online game knows how challenging it is to consistently deliver content and patches to players across the globe. Whether it’s a simple puzzle app or an MMORPG, games tend to require a lot of resources and maintenance.

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KeyCDN Launches New POP in Austria

pop in austria

Here at KeyCDN, we’ve got lots of exciting things planned for 2018. From performance to security and everything in between, we’re always looking to improve our platform to better serve both our customers and your visitors. That’s why today we’d like to announce that we’ve just launched a new point of presence (POP) in Vienna, Austria! The new POP is in production and has been automatically added to all existing zones.

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Deprecating TLS 1.0 and 1.1 – Enhancing Security for Everyone

deprecating tls 1.0 and 1.1

Out with the old and in with the new is an inevitable part of the tech industry. Things can change quickly and it’s important to keep an eye on new software releases while simultaneously moving away from outdated versions. Today, we would like to announce that we will be deprecating TLS versions 1.0 and 1.1 on March 30, 2018, and moving ahead with improved ciphers for enhanced security.

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Optimizing Web Pages with the “Save-Data” Header


What are web users looking for when they perform searches with popular engines like Google? They want fast answers to their questions, swift access to products and services or instant delivery of media content. Mobile users in particular prefer speedy websites, and sites unable to deliver the expected experience are quickly abandoned.

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UI vs UX – Explaining the Differences Between Both

ui vs ux

Some developers have the habit of using terms such as UI and UX interchangeably. However, UX, or user experience, is not the same thing as a UI, or user interface. Therefore, it’s important to make a distinction between the two when talking about software development and design. This guide will explain the intricacies between UI vs UX to help you better understand how they differ.

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