Those of us in the business of writing rich Internet applications have seen the focus swing from how to add richness to how to manage richness and the resources it demands in the browser. Steve Souders's recent volume from O'Reilly, High Performance Web Sites, and the canonical performance rules Steve pioneered with the Exceptional Performance Team at Yahoo in recent years have helped bring data-driven order to the lore that surrounds browser performance.
Once you've followed the rules, though, there remain a number of steps you can take to improve the way your application feels for the end user:
You can be lazy, enriching your application on-demand in response to the user's actions;
You can be smart, using predictive triggers to load specific pieces of data or functionality;
You can be cost-conscious, always analyzing the real price you're paying on the performance side and recirculating that information into the design process.
In this session, we'll look at all five of these practical strategies and how to enact them on your project. You'll walk away with ideas for how you can make your project more responsive immediately — including code snippets, where appropriate.
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Your registrations includes: Golden Pass Delegates will receive full conference access on March 18-20, 2008 including: Lunch and Coffee Breaks, Collectible Bag and Archives of all sessions on DVD. Includes access to all Conference Sessions including the Technical Sessions, Exhibits, Keynotes, Vendor Technology Presentations, and Power Panels.
AJAXWorld offers the undisputed best platform to position your company as a leading vendor in the fast-emerging marketplace for AJAX and Enterprise Web 2.0.
Who Should Attend?
• CTOs & VPs of Engineering
• Directors of Technology
• Sr. User Interface Architects
• Front-End Engineers
• VCs & Industry Analysts
• Directors of Business Development
• Software Engineers
• Senior Architects
• Application Programmers & Software Developers
• Project Managers
• Web Programmers & Designers
• Companies & Organizations that need to stay in front of the latest Web technology
AJAXWorld Security Bootcamp
On March 18, 2008, AJAXWorld University's "AJAX Security Bootcamp" will be an intensive, one-day hands-on training program that will teach Web developers and designers how to build high-quality AJAX applications from beginning to end.
Held the day before the AJAXWorld Conference & Expo begins, the Bootcamp is intended to be the premier AJAX Security instructional program presently available anywhere.
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