- Taschenbuch: 405 Seiten
- Verlag: O'Reilly and Associates; Auflage: 1 (20. September 2013)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1449344763
- ISBN-13: 978-1449344764
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,8 x 2,1 x 23,3 cm
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- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 65.306 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
High Performance Browser Networking: What every web developer should know about networking and web performance (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 20. September 2013
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Ilya Grigorik is a developer advocate and web performance engineer at Google. He spends his days and nights working on making the web faster and building and driving adoption of performance best practices. Prior to focusing on web performance Ilya was the founder and CTO of PostRank, a social analytics company which was acquired by Google and became the core of social analytics reporting within Google Analytics. Whenever not thinking web performance, or analytics, Ilya can be found contributing to open-source projects, reading, or building fun projects like VimGolf, GitHub Archive and others.
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High Performance Browser Networking covers all the areas of networking that today's web developer needs to understand. It's great to find all of this in one book. The other nice thing is the way Ilya has laid it out. After presenting the basics of network characteristics and TCP/IP, he goes on to cover other major topics including wifi, mobile, HTTP, and performance. Then he presents newer technologies like WebSockets, WebRTC, and HTTP/2.0. These chapters stand on their own so readers can jump to the chapter that is most relevant to what they need to know now.
Ilya is able to present these complex topics in ways that are easy to understand, and build on those explanations to reveal performance optimizations that make a difference but many websites don't know about. The thing I appreciate the most is how Ilya translates these detailed technical specifications into applicable best practices for building websites. This isn't an academic exercise. Ilya provides the code samples, configuration instructions, and tools you'll need to optimize your website's network performance.
Google Head Performance Engineer
It's a testament to this book that if you read it in its entirety, you will be one of the most knowledgeable people in the world when it comes to browser networking.
I was a networking program manager on the Internet Explorer team at Microsoft for 8 years, and I nevertheless learned a ton from this book. Best of all, unlike many books I read about complicated topics, this book gets all of the details right-- it was written by an expert in the topic, not someone looking to make a buck.
Came back here to see if the author had written other books. Write some more god damn books bro!
Not only does Ilya Grigorik do a fantastic job in describing how networking protocols work in plain English, he also gives practical tips on how you can use all this knowledge to build high-performance, modern web applications. In addition, High Performance Browser Networking covers a lot of exciting new topics such as WebSocket, WebRTC, and mobile network performance that are not covered in great depth anywhere else.
If you are working where the web is your deployment platform, then HPBN has strong coverage of the protocols, networks, and APIs that you're using every day. Grigorik asserts that latency is the true performance problem of the web, and goes on to tell a compelling end-to-end story, looking at TCP, UDP, and TLS, then then different kinds of wireless networks between you and your users, and finally going deep on HTTP, XHR, SSE, WebSockets, and WebRTC. He presents some great data to back up his statements, and the book winds up feeling like a comprehensive report on the fundamental building blocks of networked applications. Whether you work primarily in the back- or front-end of the web stack, HPBN is essential reading and will provide you with a strong foundation in how to perform performance profiles of your applications and how to optimize for different scenarios (and the trade-offs you may be forced to make).
I learned a great deal from this book, and I suspect I'll be re-reading it to pick up what I missed the first time. I would highly recommend HPBN -- it's a great reference, and should be considered required reading for anyone deploying applications to the web. I don't know of any other books quite like this one.
DISCLOSURE: I received an electronic copy from the publisher in exchange for writing a review.