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If your site is image-heavy, or contains many other static files, browser caching can help speed it up.
Projects and individuals have expressed interest in having a standalone QUIC library. The newly-released LiteSpeed Client Library is a good choice for many applications.
This week some of our team hit the road and spent a few days in sunny Florida attending the cPanel Conference.
The LSQUIC Client Library is a fully functional QUIC implementation in the C programming language, and now it’s Open Source.
Learn about three new optimization functions, designed to give your website an additional performance boost beyond caching.
LSCache for WordPress now has a Database Optimization section. Learn how to use it to speed up your site!
Magento Connect is no longer. Learn where to get your LiteMage now.
If you have situations where different public content is being generated based on user roles, Vary Group functionality is your most efficient caching option.