Wednesday, June 11, 2008

HTTP compression Improves performance

What is HTTP compression?
The overall goal of HTTP compression is to reduce the number of bytes that must be transmitted over the tubes between your server and the user's machine. Since transmission time is often the slowest bottleneck in loading a page, and since bandwidth directly relates to your costs as a site operator, reducing the bytes you transmit to the user can save you money and improve your site's performance.

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1 comment:

Dipika said...

Can you please write a blog on practical example for Http Compression in with C#

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