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One of my goals this year was to get portent.com set-up utilizing HTTP/2 and optimizing that configuration. Late last week I was able to accomplish that, and the results are impressive. Like, 500 milliseconds impressive. We used to top out around 1.2 seconds after going to HTTPS, so I didn’t think the results would be that dramatic. What’s more, this was a relatively easy win.
… is the new command: */1 * * * * cd /path/to/webroot && git fetch --all && git checkout --force "origin/master" Note: the rest of the GitHub Setup Guide is accurate and should be used before the amendment of the auto-deploy solution described in this article. The post GitHub Auto-Deploy Reprise appeared first on Portent. …
… with caution. Growing the List I’ll revisit this list in the next week or so, and keep adding more options. We’re gonna need ’em. The post Don’t Panic: 4 Options To Replace Google Site Search appeared first on Portent. …
The Concept of Adaptive Reuse Does the word redesign terrify you? I know it does to many. After all, there are so many risks associated with tackling a redesign, so many ways to screw up your online presence, so many stakeholders to piss off. Luckily, you don’t always have to redesign. Before you scrap everything, explore an Adaptive Reuse approach.
… is getting more and more competitive — don’t think for a second that a potential customer won’t leave your site in search of a better competitor’s. Press your development team to make site speed a priority. If they avoid it or shrug off its importance, hire us, and I will personally analyze your current setup, design and implement your environment stack…