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Tips for improving load times for Sitefinity 8.2 when testing code (VS 2013)?

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  1. Troy Benedict
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    12 Sep 2016
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    Every time we deploy a new build or reset the app pool for our production  Sitefinity site, it typically takes a lot longer for first-time visitors to load pages and controls.  I understand that the page caching is implemented at that time, and subsequent page visits will load much faster - almost immediately.  However, when writing code in Visual Studio, and then testing it, is often times extremely slow and frustrating.  Is there a way to improve the load times when code changes require the site to be complete reloaded, specially using Visual Studio (2013)? 

     

    Are there ways to improve the start-up time for production sites, as well?  So that first-time visitors don't have to suffer the long load times as the caching data is built?  Thanks!

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