Some users have complained (and rightly so) that loading pages from Feedwhip is too slow. Optimizing the system and expanding its capabilities to match user growth is a never-ending battle, but it is one that I’m taking seriously and will continue to work on as Feedwhip becomes more and more popular.

Today I scored a major victory by reducing the amount of HTML code in the “Your Feeds” page to less than 1/3 of its size. This page will now load much faster, especially if you’ve got as many feeds as I do. The other pages on the website weren’t as prime for optimization, so you probably won’t notice any big improvements elsewhere, although I did tweak things a little.