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Aaron Peters
Making the Web faster! Web Performance consultant, Velocity conf speaker. Co-founder of and
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Aaron Peters 3h
I will file a bug report soon cc
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Aaron Peters 3h
"I use the loading attribute on this site ... I had no lazy loading strategy beforehand, so it is a progressive enhancement" 👈 me too , but, imho Chrome is too eager. E.g. on your , all images load on page load
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Aaron Peters 21h
Replying to @AndyDavies
Same here. First one is for Stoyan
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Aaron Peters 22h
Replying to @ChrisFerdinandi
But ... it _may_ be wise to have the scripts in bottom of body instead if that results in e.g. browsers loading above-the-fold images sooner (bandwidth is limited), so always test, test, test !
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Aaron Peters 22h
Replying to @ChrisFerdinandi
Defer, and the behaviour described in that article, has been around a long time.
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Aaron Peters 22h
Replying to @ChrisFerdinandi
Chris, sorry to say, you are wrong. See e.g. . Browsers load scripts with defer in the head early and asynchronously, not blocking HTML parsing.
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Aaron Peters 22h
I am doing this blogging thing all wrong. Writing 3 long articles in parallel. Why don't I focus on 1 and ship that?
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Aaron Peters 22h
Replying to @malchata
You *will* chew out the $50 quickly if you are not super awesome at writing perfect, efficient queries. And that is why I don't spend any time in BigQuery for HTTP Archive
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Aaron Peters 22h
Replying to @larsboom @WouterBlok
Veel mensen proberen te veel handbagage mee te nemen. Oplossing = mensen nemen niet meer mee dan mag en dat dwing je alleen af met strenge controle & handhaving. Simpel.
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Aaron Peters Dec 6
Replying to @haayman
ik heb geen machine die ik 24/7 aan wil hebben staan en voor dit doeleinde + liever zo optuigen dat anderen dit kunnen repliceren
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Aaron Peters Dec 6
Replying to @tdp_org
Maybe, probably. Ideally on a serverless PAYG plan.
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Aaron Peters Dec 6
Replying to @haayman
Jazeker, maar a) weinig zin daar me in te verdiepen, b) wil iets dat anderen kunnen benaderen
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Aaron Peters Dec 5
Replying to @mattlemay
That sentence is so horrific. Mind blown.
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Aaron Peters Dec 5
Replying to @j_holtslander
Thanks, but I need to have those bad certs on a service on my domain, e.g.
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Aaron Peters Dec 5
I need a server/service where I can have multiple bad (e.g. expired) certificates installed, so I can test browser behaviour and more. Tips are welcome !
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Aaron Peters Dec 5
Me wanna help too
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Aaron Peters Dec 5
Christmas comes early: curl stickers for my new macbook ❤ thank you !
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Aaron Peters Dec 3
"a lot of ads rely on being able to reach outside of their initial slot" do you not use iframes at all? in which cases does the solution in your blog post not work?
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Aaron Peters Dec 3
Replying to @yoavweiss @addyosmani
I've definitely had that experience too with JS based solutions (if *in* viewport, load image), but not yet with the native solution.
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Aaron Peters Dec 3
Replying to @yoavweiss @addyosmani
Txs Yoav, I understand browsers are free to do what they want. I'm just getting input, so to be in better position to decide if it makes sense to use the native only, JS only or a hybrid solution for my use case
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