Category: performance


Some Performance Links

Just had a couple of good performance links burning a hole in my pocket, so blogging them like a good little blogger. Web Performance Recipes

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The Analytics That Matter

I’ve long been skeptical of quoting global browser usage percentages to justify their usage of browser features. It doesn’t matter what global usage of a

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“The Modern Web”

A couple of interesting articles making the rounds: I like Tom’s assertion that React (which he’s using as a stand-in for JavaScript frameworks in general)

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prerender.js loads pages quickly on any browser. Project Features Prerendering loads all the assets of a page before the user navigates to that page. Conventionally,

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Web Performance Checklist

The other day, I realized that web performance is an enormous topic covering so very much — from minimizing assets to using certain file formats,

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