Due limitations around HTTP/v1.1, developers have found interesting solutions to optimise page loading times, for instance:
While these techniques do improve speed when well used, balancing this properly can quickly become a hassle in the developer’s back, which is then no longer worrying about his website itself but for things of the underlying transport protocol.
In the same sense, although in the last article I’ve written about the possibility of boosting the speed of network-dependent apps by keeping http cached data in sync, I didn’t discuss deeply about how to update such data and make the replication both from the client and server side (update pushes) in order to optimally transmit them in an easy and automatic way. The app developer would have to take care of this, and not to mention the learning curve of the Couchbase Mobile dependency.
I’d like to propose a solution for that, for which I’ve already created a website. Please check the link, and get in touch if you’re interested about more details:
It’s sort of a marketing page, so developers might want to go straight to the “How it works” and “Integration” sections.