Time To First Byte, TTFB, is a measurement used to indicate the responsiveness of the web servers and resources. In the web development and hosting industry, time to the first byte is used to define the initial server response time, which is the very first piece of code or file that a browser receives upon […]
A web server is a computer that runs websites and online applications.
Once you test your website on benchmarking tools like — PageSpeed, GTmetrix, Pingdom, or WebPageTest; you might have encountered a red signal that says to reduce initial server response time. What is that? If you do not know what is response time, then take it as how fast a web page opens up for you […]
To host a project or website online we make use of a hosting service and the very first step is shared hosting, which is easy to begin with and inexpensive. Shared hosting is a type of web hosting service where multiple sites are hosted and managed on a single physical server. Many users utilize the […]
While optimizing a website for a greater performance we need to improve its foundation, which is server response time or time to first byte (TTFB). In an earlier article we learned about the TTFB, and we learned that the server’s latency affects the website speed. When we test a website on tools like GTmetrix, Lighthouse, […]
Headless simply means without head, but in technical term headless often referred to as a system that works without any graphical user interface (in short GUI). For example, servers in the data centers are headless, hosted owners usually use SSH shell (command line) to communicate with it. Similarly, web application services use API calls to […]