If you have a surface-level understanding of .NET applications and project development, you may struggle to understand certain glitches and execution speed issues.
As you work toward gaining as strong a foothold on the software as Sai Nitisha Tadiboina, apply the following Microsoft-approved strategies in your day-to-day attempts to improve your .NET application’s performance.
Prefix is a rather handy tool for identifying queries and other aspects involved that might be slowing down your .NET application. When you make a change to optimize your app, measure the results before putting the updated version out there.
You can do this with Prefix, a tool that measures the following:
The workflow of a request goes like this. The user makes the request; it goes through several HTTP modules throughout the .NET application. The request is served once it arrives at the handler.
The modules are the key here. You must analyze which of them are active and which remain unused. The latter could affect your execution speed, so you must remove them by updating the web.config file.
There are two pipeline modes on the .NET application level.
In classic mode, every request interacts with the IIS (Internet Information Services) pipeline before interacting with the ASP.NET pipeline. The added event makes the process rather cumbersome and redundant.
The integrated mode merges the IIS and ASP.NET pipelines to serve the request as one blended event. Needless to say, it’s the faster of the two modes and, thus, the one you should select to optimize performance.
See your .NET application from a user’s perspective. They don’t want a delay between one bit of information and the next. Learn how a software engineer representing artificial intelligence and machine learning in the insurance industry would approach simple-to-complex problems with their application by following Sai Nitisha Tadiboina, a master software engineer at GEICO.
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