New projects, new template, new server, new critical path css rendering engine, new plugin interface…!
We’re getting closer to the official launch of the Pegasaas Accelerator WordPress Plugin for Automated Google PageSpeed Optimization.
It’s hard to believe that this week last year we did our very first “weekly recap”, what we now call our “interactives”.
52 weekly — usually about 3pm Pacific, each Friday — episodes since then, and we’ve come a long way. Not only has our comfort level with “going live” grown, but we have now launched our Pegasaas Accelerator system which provides automated WordPress PageSpeed optimization.
If you run a WordPress site, you probably already realize how an impossible task it is to try to optimize your site for PageSpeed… unless, of course, you’re running Pegasaas.
Reserve your spot to use our groundbreaking PageSpeed technology with your WordPress site — https://pegasaas.com
It’s a big day here for a couple of reasons. Continue reading
We’re in the home stretch on our way to opening up the Pegasaas Accelerator system for reservations so that you can get your hands on the best WordPress plugin for PageSpeed optimization.
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Short weeks — both a blessing and a curse. We love spending time with our families, but when it comes to getting development done, the loss of that one day sure can put things on hold.
How fast your web page loads has always been an important metric to consider. The methods, summed up as the term “page speed optimization”, and reasons that we use to speed up web pages have evolved considerably in the last ten years.
500,000 lines of code in the WordPress core. That’s a pretty big system. And the bigger the system, the more CPU cycles it takes to render a page.
Some weeks just fly by, at warp speed.