Tag: performance

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Hop New Relic

Hop Studios

ExpressionEngine 2, ExpressionEngine 3

Access New Relic data directly from your Control Panel.

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WM Cache

Warble Media

ExpressionEngine 3

WM Cache introduces fragment and static file caching for ExpressionEngine 3.

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Causing Effect (Aaron Waldon)

ExpressionEngine 2

Include or Insert template files. A light alternative to snippets and embeds.

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  • Rating - 5.0013 Votes
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Gzip Alternatives

ExpressionEngine 2

This plugin allows you to supply alternate paths for gzip enabled and non-gzip capable devices.

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Mustash (developer)

Mark Croxton

ExpressionEngine 2

Mustash is an ExpressionEngine control panel module for managing cached Stash variables, bundles and cache-breaking rules. It's the perfect companion to Stash.

Mustash 2.0.3 - $75.00

Mark Croxton

ExpressionEngine 2, ExpressionEngine 3, ExpressionEngine 4

Mustash is an ExpressionEngine control panel module for managing cached Stash variables, bundles and cache-breaking rules. It's the perfect companion to Stash.

CE Variables

Causing Effect (Aaron Waldon)

ExpressionEngine 2

CE Variables is an EE plugin that utilizes the template partials approach of ExpressionEngine templating. It can help you to build leaner, cleaner, faster sites. This plugin has been used in projects since 2010, and has evolved a lot since that time. A lot of inspiration was drawn from using Twig while working on Craft projects. The result is a smarter, more organized, and more efficient way of coding ExpressionEngine sites.

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Cache

Joshua Baker

ExpressionEngine 2

A module for ExpressionEngine 2 that creates static HTML files from parsed templates.

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CE Cache 2.0.2 - $65.00

Causing Effect (Aaron Waldon)

ExpressionEngine 2, ExpressionEngine 3

CE Cache allows you to store and retrieve parts of your templates (fragment caching via file-based caching, database, APC, Redis, Memcache or Memcached) or full-page static caching. Since much of the heavy lifting doesn't have to be run on every page-load, your performance increases can be astonishing. With fragment caching, you can also escape any parts of your cached code, so they remain dynamic (like logged_in conditionals for example). This enables you to enjoy the speed increases without sacrificing usability or functionality where you need it.

CacheCracker

Isaac Raway (Airways)

ExpressionEngine 2

CacheCracker gives you complete control over caching. Cache entire pages, or just expensive embed templates, it's up to you! With almost no configuration, you can reduce server load on your site and increase performance as well as much more complex solution such as Varnish. Reduces page requests from unbearable speeds to scant milliseconds while retaining full dynamic content capabilities.

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