Thirteen Simple Rules for Speeding Up Your Web Site

I came across this article on the Yahoo Developer Network. Its from the book “High Performance Web Sites” by Steve Souders. Here is a brief list of what Steve is suggesting and link to the original: Make Fewer HTTP Requests Use a Content Delivery Network Add an Expires Header Gzip Components Put Stylesheets at the
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jQuery 1.2: Massive NEW Release

Yesturday was anounced that the latest jQuery version is online. Its marked 1.2 and includes tons of new features. Also features were removed so make sure you read how to upgrade guide. New Features Selectors :has(selector) :header :animated XPath Selector Plugin Attributes .val() Overhaul Traversing .map() .prevAll() / .nextAll() .slice() .hasClass() .andSelf() .contents() Manipulation .wrapInner()
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Silverlight 1.0 Released and Silverlight for Linux Announced

Today Microsoft announced the release of Silverlight 1.0, the fully supported version of its cross-browser, cross-platform plug-in for delivering the next generation of media and rich experiences on the Web. Over here you can get started with it. Also always is good to hear from the core developers so here is what Scott Guthrie says
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