StreamTable.js – The next generation search filter

So, you think you should search data? Or filter it?  And now, stream ... what? Searching for data has a performance price - we need heavy duty server resources and have delayed responses. See the LinkedIn search. Filtering for data requires us to load the entire data on the client-side (via JSON) and then filter … Continue reading StreamTable.js – The next generation search filter

filter.js – Client side search filtering using JSON and jQuery

Speed for search result filtering is critical. Its fine for site users to wait for some time (maybe a few seconds) to load the search results but after that filtering better be fast otherwise people lose interest. To give a simple example of how things are not user friendly is if you go to ebay.com … Continue reading filter.js – Client side search filtering using JSON and jQuery

Pro tip: Increase webpage performance using sprite, data-uri and jammit

For quite some time at Josh Software, we have been concentrating on improving backend server performance. You can read about load testing and bench-marking and improving upload performance using nginx upload module. This post is about improving frontend performance by getting your pages to  load faster using techniques like sprites, data-uri and jammit. These tools … Continue reading Pro tip: Increase webpage performance using sprite, data-uri and jammit