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Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Speed issues with ASP.NET & Firefox

Developing the Web Interface for Project SpaceLock, I had a really hard time watching Firefox act slow with ASP.NET Development Server. While on one of the ASP.NET developer's forum bluemonde says - "FF is a piece of crap. I got really pissed off by watching it loading/refreshing for about at least 30 seconds on every click on the features of the site."
Did you call FF a piece of crap?! How about IE then, you can find plenty of criticism of older IEs.
Well, whatever, the point is you must get rid of this speed issue before you start testing your web app on Firefox and crib about its speed. You can find loads of articles on how to resolve this. I used the simplest one on JP's CodePoerty blog. Here are some more to look upon -
Don't forget to give
  • netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled
over your cmd with Administrative privileges. Happy coding.

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