TLS (Transport Layer Security) encrypts traffic to and from a web site, thereby preventing other parties from eavesdropping on your data. However, adding this safeguard to your web site introduces greater complexity and affects how the site interacts with your visitors. TLS can therefore slow down the loading of your web pages and affect user experience, but it is possible to remedy! Let's take a look at how Fasterize's optimizations and our CDN allow you to ensure both the security of your web site and your page speed in HTTPS.
We enhanced our API to ease your server logs access.
You can now retrieve your cached page logs (whether there are cached on a CDN or on Fasterize) easily. A good news, especially for SEO professionals, who can find a lot of meaningful data in these logs. And, the icing on the cake, we are officially integrated with Botify and Screaming Frog!
In 2009, Google unveiled its SPDY project: a new protocol to reduce web page loading time by optimizing files transfers and ordering them according to their priority. With this new protocol, files are sent in a single connection (known as multiplexing).
SPDY was used as basis for the HTTP/2 specifications that were released this month (on February 18). Continue reading Fasterize on the road to HTTP/2!
Fasterize celebrated its 3rd anniversary this year. And in 3 years … it has grown up!
When we remember our beginnings and our adventures, we cannot help but smile!
Of course, as all startups we have experienced ups and downs, good days and bad days. But our motivation came through unscathed.
So we have decided to (re) share this wonderful year with you! Continue reading 2014 : feedback from a pivotal year for Fasterize