HTTP/2: a change is gonna come, Part 1.

The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), the standards body responsible for Internet technology, recently accepted the HTTP/2 draft specification, the final official hurdle to be cleared prior to widespread industry adoption. HTTP is the protocol used between web clients and web browsers to exchange messages, and HTTP/2 is the first… Continue reading

Processing boomerang beacons in ASP.NET

A prerequisite to enabling boomerang web beacons for your web pages, as discussed in the previous post, is providing a web server component that expects incoming GET Requests for the boomerang.gif and understands how to respond to those Requests. Let’s see how to handle the boomerang.gif GET Requests in IIS… Continue reading

Boomerang web beacons

The DOM’s performance navigation and timing API makes it easy to gather Page Load time measurements in a consistent manner across the major browsers. But it does not address the problem of getting the measurement data from the visitor’s browser back safely into your hands for analysis and reporting. Tools… Continue reading