Website speed up tools

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  1. jani

    jani Regular Member

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    Hi Team mate,

    i am looking for a tool which make my angular js universal website fast when i check with google insight speed test it showing 28 for mobile and 78 for desktop done with all the thing but no use now looking for a tool can any one help me out.

    Thanks
     
  2. validseo

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    Third-party hosted files, asynchronous request count, no CDN, large cookies, bloated images,overabundance of javascript, using http/1.1 instead of h2 ... these are your enemies...

    start by cutting out all the crap that isn't vital... then configure your servers for h2... take it from there.
     
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    Angular sites are slow man. You need a cache. Search for reverse proxying server....nginx can speed your site up 100X.
     
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    So on what expirience is your knowledge based, that Angular Sites are slow?

    EDIT: nginx 100x speed :D . I think you have no clue what you are talking about.
     
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    My first post was not really ontopic.

    First of all I would contact the person who deployed the Website for you. He or She might for sure have a better insight of the project structure and also of the bottlenecks.

    If you could give us more Informations on your server and the app infrastructure, we might be able to help you!