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Your bad LCP score might be a backend issue
Your bad LCP score might be a backend issue
Page Speed Insights and Lighthouse can't evaluate performance across your entire stack of services and apps. You need something more powerful: tracing.
·whitep4nth3r.com·
Your bad LCP score might be a backend issue
Making a Postgres query 1,000 times faster
Making a Postgres query 1,000 times faster
Learn how we discovered what was slowing down large database queries, and what we did to make Postgres queries 1000x faster.
·mattermost.com·
Making a Postgres query 1,000 times faster
Speeding up the JavaScript ecosystem - npm scripts
Speeding up the JavaScript ecosystem - npm scripts
'npm scripts' are executed by JavaScript developers and CI systems all around the world all the time. Despite their high usage they are not particularly well optimized and add about 400ms of overhead. In this article we were able to bring that down to ~22ms.
·marvinh.dev·
Speeding up the JavaScript ecosystem - npm scripts
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·romgrk.com·
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How analyzing your codebase can save you time and money | nicolae.tech
How analyzing your codebase can save you time and money | nicolae.tech
A comprehensive guide about hotspots in your codebase, cognitive complexity and avoiding disasters by being proactive. An article inspired by the book "Your Code as a Crime Scene" by Adam Tornhill with practical examples.
·nicolae.tech·
How analyzing your codebase can save you time and money | nicolae.tech
How many bytes is "normal" for a web font: a study using Google fonts
How many bytes is "normal" for a web font: a study using Google fonts
TL;DR: If your font file is significantly larger than 20K you may ask yourself "How did I get here?".For images I think we (web developers) have a sense of how many bytes we can expect an image we see on a page to be. A JPEG photo? 100-ish K is ok for a decent quality. Less is nice. How about 200K?
·phpied.com·
How many bytes is "normal" for a web font: a study using Google fonts
The Performance Inequality Gap, 2024 - Infrequently Noted
The Performance Inequality Gap, 2024 - Infrequently Noted
How much HTML, CSS, and JavaScript can we afford? More than in years past, but much less than frontend developers are burdening users with.
·infrequently.org·
The Performance Inequality Gap, 2024 - Infrequently Noted
Best Practice: Limit the number of third-party services - Greenspector
Best Practice: Limit the number of third-party services - Greenspector
Reading Time: 5 minutes Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Linkedin Content in 3 minutes What is a third party service? They are services that allow to integrate a functionality or a complex content via code that we have little control over. The 10 most frequent third-party services block the loading of sites for about 1.4s. Google fonts are […]
·greenspector.com·
Best Practice: Limit the number of third-party services - Greenspector