This post is part of our ReadWriteHack channel, which is a resource and guide for developers. The channel is sponsored by the Intel AppUp Developer Program. As you're exploring these resources, check out this helpful resource from our sponsors: AIR for AppUp: What You Need To Know Google has finally released an experimental Chrome extension for its popular Page Speed service. Page Speed, which is already available for Firefox, analyzes Web pages and gives developers suggestions for improving performance. Instructions for installing the extension, which involves enabling support for experimental extensions, are here.
Last year Google released an Apache module called mod_pagespeed which automates many of its Page Speed recommendations.
Yahoo offers a similar tool called YSlow, which released its Chrome extension recently as well.