12 апреля 2009 | Автор: Admin | Рубрика: Компьютерная литература » Руководства к программам | Комментариев: 0
Performance Tuning and Optimizing ASP.NET Applications
Apress; 1 edition | 1590590724 | 392 pages | March 19, 2003 | CHM | 5 Mb
Performance Tuning and Optimization for ASP.NET Applications covers performance tuning and optimization for ASP.NET applications. Currently, the market is being flooded with a slew of books on how to write .NET applications, but, so far, there has not been a title that is devoted to the more advanced topic of tuning an ASP.NET application for maximum performance. There will be an increasing demand for this information as developers get comfortable with the technology and begin completing first versions of their ASP.NET applications. They will be looking for a book that dispenses with basic language tutorials, and instead tackles the real-world issues of performance. Intermediate to experienced developers, who are either working on an ASP.NET development project or are about to start one, will find Performance Tuning and Optimization for ASP.NET Applications helpful for its concise information on how to design and write ASP.NET applications for optimal performance. These developers will already have a foundation with .NET technology, so Jeffrey Hasan will dispense with basic tutorials on how to write .NET code. Instead, Hasan will highlight what to use and what to avoid when coding for optimal performance. This will include a range of details that affect performance, from the very granular (e.g., working with strings) through to the broader (e.g., working with ViewState and Session State). Hasan will also cover the tools that are available for monitoring ASP.NET application performance, and will give the reader clear guidance on how to apply these tools to their project. These tools include Performance Monitor (with its new counters for .NET), Microsoft's Web Application Stress (WAS) tool, and Microsoft Application Center (that ships with Visual Studio Enterprise Edition).