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Public dataset that tracks how the web is built. Est 2010 by . Maintained by . Part of .
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Doug Sillars 🇬🇧 Oct 18
After reading a thread - I went to see what sites have the largest JSON files. In Brussels, they are changing every house's gas line: The address lookup is powered by a 33 MB JSON of addresses. Not gZipped.. not cached...
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Ryan Sleevi Oct 15
For sure! Note that information about certs was added to ( ) precisely to allow this sort of insight and analysis. It keeps getting bumped on my list of priorities, but there's opportunity to reports & analysis
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Paul Calvano Oct 13
I'm working on the Caching chapter of the Web Almanac, and was surprised to find that 27% of responses fail to include a Cache-Control or Expires header. If you aren't sure why this is an issue, I wrote about heuristic caching here last year:
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Andy Davies Oct 3
Client asked "How does the size of our Adobe Launch script compare to everyone else?" A quick query of the , some chart wrangling in , and I have something for them to compare themselves against
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Paul Calvano Oct 1
Comparing JavaScript weight to Time to Interactive in the . Every 100KB of compressed JS results in a 3-4 second increase in Time to Interactive on a 3G connection...
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performance.now() conference Oct 2
At , will take a dive into , browser developer tools, real user monitoring data, and techniques to manage third-party performance & security: November 21 & 22, Amsterdam. Tickets still available at
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David Fox Oct 1
Currently data mining for the and discovered 14.29% (1/7) of all mobile sites disable zooming. Allowing pinch-to-zoom is super easy and an important accessibility fail-safe. Double check your sites!
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Barry Pollard Sep 29
Just learned how to query data. Well there goes the rest of the evening. Well at least until my budget runs out...
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Barry Pollard Sep 26
Delving into HTTP/2 stats that got for me for 's 2019 Web Almanac. Some interesting stuff here...
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Paul Calvano Sep 26
Wow - a webpage > 2000 requests! How many of them could there possibly be? According to the the median number of requests on a mobile home page is 68. The 95th percentile is 200!
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💾 HTTP Archive Sep 23
"With the availability of public datasets like HTTP archive and Chrome User Experience and an analytics engine like BigQuery, the possibilities of exploration are endless." Using BigQuery and Data Studio to understand the State of the Web by sai balaji
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Paul Calvano Sep 15
Thanks to everyone that attended my talk about Measuring the Adoption of Web Performance techniques using the at ’s conference in Toronto. You can download the slides here -
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Patrick Meenan Sep 14
How are we still at a place where only 43% of HTML responses are compressed? digging into the at
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Paul Calvano Sep 12
Just made it to Toronto for the Web Unleashed Conference! On Saturday I'll be giving a talk about measuring the adoption of web performance techniques using data.
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Rick Viscomi Sep 5
📝 New analysis: What are the most popular CSS properties tested in @​supports rules? position:80% -webkit-overflow-scrolling:8% -ms-ime-align:2.7% display:1.5%
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Rick Viscomi Sep 4
-6 is the loneliest numeric font-weight value, naturally. Can you guess what the most popular is? 📊 My analysis of the most (and least) popular font-weight values in 👇
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💾 HTTP Archive Aug 29
This is the best outcome of using web transparency data: identify a detrimental pattern and actually effect positive change. Kudos Brian! For anyone looking to get started exploring the dataset, here's a great starting point written by :
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вкαя∂εℓℓ Aug 29
Today while looking at some data I noticed a weird minor bug in some software solution used by 1k websites in the crawl. I told them. They fixed it. So, I kinda helped improve >1k websites today, which is ..pretty cool.
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Paul Calvano Aug 29
Out of 468 million requests in the , 48% were not served from a CDN. I've visualized where they were served from below. Many of them were requests to 3rd parties. The client requesting them was in Redwood City, CA. Latency matters.
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