After many adjustments, I finally manage to score 100/100 on Google PageSpeed Insights. If you use WordPress, you will notice that the difficulty will depend on your current theme and installed plugins. In my case, I started with a score of 51 on mobile and 72 on desktop. In this post, I will present a summary of the steps I followed to get the best score on this tool. Continue reading “Google PageSpeed Insights, how to get 100/100”
In many cases, using a caching mechanism can drastically improve performances. Processed results of methods can be stored in memory or in files so they are ready to be returned immediately when we call the methods again.
In some .NET applications, we can use the MemoryCache class from System.Runtime.Caching to store data in memory. However, using such library in a basic way may induce some problems such as:
- Adding caching in each method which needs it may result in less readable and polluted code.
- The repetitive use of such code may induce errors (especially copy-pasted code).
- Depending on the nature of projects (mobile apps, websites, web services, desktop apps), we may need a different caching approach.
In order to avoid all these problems, I have written a generic caching aspect using Autofac and Castle DynamicProxy. Continue reading “Caching method results easily with AOP”