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Shane Jun 22
In this thread. "How I lowered the page load time of from 18 seconds to 2.75 seconds with no development work".
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nystudio107 Jun 22
Finally, Apple joins in with .webp support in Safari!
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Andreas Wänqvist Jul 23
JavaScript module bundling and dynamic loading in Aurelia2. Using import() is 🔥😎
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Kinsta Mar 30
If you ever measured site performance, there's a high chance the Leverage Browser Caching warning isn't new to you. But how do you fix that to make your site faster? Learn how to do it with this in-depth guide! 🚀🗿
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Simon Hearne May 7
A fun post exploring the performance of retrieving an object from browser cache. It's not always as quick as you would expect!
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Simon Hearne May 13
Do you measure the performance of your site for users who opt-in and opt-out of cookie consent? Here's how to do it! Results for one site show a 35% delay for users who opt-in, and 2.5MB additional JavaScript loaded 😱
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Florent Berthelot Jun 19
Just discover that <img loading="lazy" /> has been shipped in major browsers. 🥳 You now have no more excuses to not lazyload images under the floating point 🧐
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Kinsta Apr 19
Speed is everything: a 100-millisecond delay impacts conversion rates by 7%, while a 2-second delay hurts conversion rates by a whopping 103%. Check out how to speed up your WooCommerce store and sales! 🚀🚚
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fantastic ms. Aug 6
⚡️ I wrote an explainer on how the Lighthouse Performance Score is now calculated (spoiler: VERY differently from LH5). I also speak to the most common confusions surrounding the score and how to improve it.
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Daniel Aleksandersen Jul 12
I compared AVIF vs WebP image file sizes at the same visual quality (using DSSIM). Impressive results with AVIF! Coming to Firefox and Chrome later this year.
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fantastic ms. Jun 18
👎🏻 Performance budgets are considered necessary, but many teams find them hard to use. 📈 We’ve spent the last few months researching & designing the best way to set and ACHIEVE your speed goals. ⚡️ Meet Performance Budgets 2.0.
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Rakia Ben Sassi Jun 7
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Jules Stuifbergen Apr 15
HOWTO: Track and Store 20+ web performance metrics using Google Analytics App+Web and Big Query -- includes all code, GTM container, SQL and more.
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Craig Taub Jun 28
Read the "Core web vitals" provided by Google + the "W3C Web Perf WG". Feel they've done a decent job prioritising + applying targets to the diff metrics which have been around a while now (FCP, TTI, TTFB etc.) 📝🚀
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Felix Gerschau Jul 6
The periodic background sync API lets you fetch data in the background so that users get to see the latest content offline as well. This article explains the API and how to use it 🤖
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Terry O'Brien Jul 22
🟢 I've written a blog post about how to make websites faster by using an image format you've probably never heard of. 😁 Find out why you should consider WebP images, the benefits it gives and how to implement it in your websites.
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Chris Hinds May 28
You gotta love a release day! Today we moved our story pages over to our new rendering service () for the UKChina and Gahuza BBC news sites. This new application was built from the ground up with in mind...
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Matt Hobbs Jul 27
Reminder that there's another 'Leveling up Web Performance with HTTP/3 ' today 6:00 – 7:00 PM (GMT+1) with , , & . Your local time info here:
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Caleb Queern Jul 7
nice job on the beta website for . You've always done a good job prioritizing
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Mateusz Krzeszowiak May 28
Another tip. You can save some JS requests and bytes by stubbing Magento's frontend console logger module if you have never changed its default configuration or used it:
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