This year was HTTP/2’s third birthday. Support of h2 in browsers and Web servers is pretty good. Nowadays, with a TLS certificate at hand using h2 is not much more effort than flipping a switch. All major Web servers like Nginx, Apache httpd or IIS have built-in support. Auxiliary software like HAProxy or Varnish/Hitch do so, too. That’s great! We get multiplexing, stream priorities, […]
Google Speed Index Improvement Improve your google speed index by activating the new advanced option: “no image delaying above the fold”. Important images like your logo will be shown undelayed to your user, which has a positive impact on your WPT score.
How secure is your website? Don’t just speed up your website – make it more secure as well. Check the security of your website using our analyzer tool to find out which safety measures wao.io can offer you. More security through HSTSwao.io offers to activate HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) for your site. HSTS compels […]
High web performance is a key to a successful online shop. Yet, making and keeping a website fast is a complex continuous task. New concepts thus rely on automation in the cloud: Entire websites are optimized on-the-fly. We have spoken to the Head of E-Commerce of DELIFE.EU, who relies on the cloud solution by Sevenval […]
In August 2018 the final version of TLS 1.3 was published. It is the first major update to the protocol in over eight years. It involves massive improvements in both performance and security over its predecessor TLS 1.2. As a wao.io customer you can now benefit from the increased security and faster loading time as […]
On 12th June, more than 20 people interested in #WebPerformance met up to take part in the CGN Webperf Meetup. Our Sevenval office, right by Cologne Cathedral, served as the location for the 23rd meetup.
Read about our newest feature updates including a new analytics metric, image optimization improvements and new security options. New in Analytics: Traffic Savings
At wao.io we are, among other things, concerned about the time customers wait for your website. One key factor to speed things up is the amount of data that needs to be transferred – the best bytes are those which need not to be sent. Because images make up a large fraction of the transmitted […]
Wipe out the blocks that slow down your website In the late 90s and early 2000s, when I started creating websites, the approach was fairly easy: pick your topic, write some HTML, style it with a little CSS, and process forms with PHP or – may God rest its soul – PERL.