This post is second part of my previous post where we discussed six tips to improve the performance of ASP.NET applications. In this post, we are going to discuss six more tips that could be another round a booster for your application performance. The link of previous post is below.
12 tips to increase the performance of ASP.NET application drastically – Part 1
- Make your page asynchronous
IIS uses CLR thread pool to get a thread that processes a request that comes to the application. Say, if there are currently twenty threads available in pool, it means only twenty request can be served in parallel and if request processing takes some time then it could turn into disaster if hundred odd request are bombarded in few milliseconds. In this case…Read complete post on Infragistics blog