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Performance tuning of an existing application and for upcoming features.

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  • May 13, 2014
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  • Muhammad Asim
  • POSTED ON May 13, 2014
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Client faced an issue of slow performance and complex structure. The website was slow due to complex hierarchy of e-commerce solution. We had to pick, analyze and send the data to the presentation layer. Solution: vteam #394’s resource Bilal Ahmed followed object oriented approach to solve this problem instead of complex structural logic. On both

Bilal-Ahmad---Performance-TuningClient faced an issue of slow performance and complex structure. The website was slow due to complex hierarchy of e-commerce solution. We had to pick, analyze and send the data to the presentation layer.

Solution:

vteam #394’s resource Bilal Ahmed followed object oriented approach to solve this problem instead of complex structural logic. On both server and Client end, Bilal identified system entities and translated them into classes and their behavior was defined in functions. Bilal touched only the problematic area and translated it into Object Oriented Programming and left the rest of section as it was.

  • At the front-end, he applied modern frameworks to uplift performance.
  • At the server end, to cut down the loading time and publish contents on page in minimum time, the memory level cache was implemented, that will keep the contents in cache and will serve on request that greatly reduce the page serving time.

 

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Muhammad Asim

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