BigPipe is a fundamental redesign of the dynamic web page serving system. The general idea is to decompose web pages into small chunks called pagelets. Inspiration. Bigpipe is inspired by the concept behind Facebook's BigPipe. For more details read their blog post: Pipelining web pages for high performance. Perhaps, there is, as Facebook introduced its new technology called BigPipe. In this article I will explain about Facebook's BigPipe which.
From the Facebook Engineering blog: How BigPipe works To exploit the parallelism between web server and browser, BigPipe first breaks web pages into. Changhao Jiang, Research Scientist at Facebook, describes a technique, called BigPipe, that contributed to making the Facebook site, "twice. Well, no, the main content and pagelets are received with the same connection. The pagelets are simply streamed as they are generated to the.
You know why Facebook loads very fast? That's because Facebook uses Bigpipe for loading content. Facebook loads the structure of the page. This article represents Facebook BigPipe technology and various different open source frameworks which could be used to load web page. Last part of my tutorial on Implementing BigPipe, focused on browser side, loading CSS and JS resources efficiently using a small script. Have you read about Facebook's BigPipe? It's still how FB works. There are variants but it's a principal must read.