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Tools: dynaTrace AJAX Edition

  • Aug 4, 2010 · 6:00 PM
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Date & Time:
Wednesday, August 4th @ 6:00PM
Andreas Grabner is coming to New York City to present new features of upcoming
dynaTrace AJAX Edition 2.0 Companies like Google and Yahoo, or individuals such as Steve Souders have been working on Best Practices for Web Performance Optimizations over the last couple of years. Tools like YSlow and PageSpeed automatically verify most of the Best Practice Rules such as correct use of browser caching, reducing the number of roundtrips, optimizing and minimizing content, … dynaTrace AJAX Edition is a free tool that provides full JavaScript, Network, Rendering, DOM and XHR tracing for
Internet Explorer 6, 7 & 8. With the latest version the Ajax Edition automatically analysis Best Practices in the areas of Browser Caching, Network Resources, Server-Side Activity, JavaScript/AJAX and also provides additional Key Performance Metrics that are essential for tracking the end-user perceived performance of a web site such as Time to First Impression, Time to onLoad or Time to Fully Loaded. The power of the Ajax Edition is the depth of information. The more JavaScript is used to make web applications more interactive the more performance problems are introduced into the client/browser. In this talk we will specifically focus on how to identify JavaScript/AJAX Related performance problems. We will also look into Rendering Activities and how to identify what the browser actually has to do on rendering (Drawing, CSS Evaluation, Reflows, …) depending on your use of CSS or the way the DOM gets modified by JavaScript. We will also discuss the differences between other tools for other browsers such as YSlow, PageSpeed, FireBug, … and will highlight which tools to use for which tasks.
Agenda: 6:00 - arrive to the event, meet other members 6:30 - intro to web performance, industry updates by Sergey Chernyshev 7:15 - dynaTrace AJAX Edition presentation by Andreas Grabner 8:30 - Q&A 9:00 - Open Discussion, Networking
Time Inc. offered their Watercooler meeting to host NY Web Performance meetup. Refreshments will be served (
water, sodas, coffee). Host contact:
Alla Gringaus, Web Technology Fellow Questions:
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Rockefeller Center Time & Life Bldg 1271 Ave of the Americas (entrance 50th St and 6th Ave) 2nd Floor, room #1 New York, NY 10020 Nearest Transit:
50th St - 8th Ave (C, E) 50th St - Ave of the Americas (F, V, B, D) 49th St - 7th Ave (N, R, W) Get directions on Google Maps: Street View for the Entrance: You'll need to bring a photo ID for security downstairs. See you there on August 4th at

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