Innota Blog

Latest news about Innota and web development.

Cool Things Coming in 2018

We're only a few weeks into 2018 and already it's been quite a year. If you've seen any IT related news you can't have missed the news about Spectre and Meltdown. Despite pathcing our servers we're busy creating all kinds of new stuff for 2018.

Accelerated Mobile Pages and Upcoming Features

Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP for short) is basically just HTML that's designed to render fast. In a nutshell, the AMP project takes some of the best practices for creating fast web pages and turns them into mandatory requirements.

Innota and AMP HTML go very well together. We're also adding some new features into Innota to make it even easier to create web pages that render fast.

How Is Innota so Fast - Part III

This is the third part in a three-part series. We've already described how we make content as small as possible and how we utilize a global content delivery network. It's time to concentrate on caching.

How Is Innota so Fast - Part II

This is the second part in a three-part series where we describe some of the techniques used in Innota to make it so fast. This time we concentrate on delivering the content and how we are able to serve thousands of visitors from all around the world.

How Is Innota so Fast - Part I

Creating exceptionally fast web sites has never been easier than it is with Innota. Here's a (slightly technical) explanation how we manage to deliver sites so fast to audiences scattered all around the globe.

Don't Forget Client Side Performance

Creating blazingly fast websites is easier and cheaper than ever thanks to static website generators. For instance, a typical blog post in Aatos loads in less than half a second. With this kind of server performance it's easy to forget client side performance. The more CSS and JavaScript you have the more the user's browser has to do to display the page.

Why We Made Innota

Innota is a completely rethought blogging platform. It's a combination of speed, reliability, ease of use and affordability. And it's just plain awesome. Here's why we made it and what we think is wrong with existing solutions.