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Nicolas Hoizey

Google mobile search is getting faster - 0 views

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    "Google mobile search is getting faster - to be exact, 200-400 milliseconds faster! We are gradually rolling out this improvement to all browsers that support the attribute (currently, mobile Chrome and Safari)."
Nicolas Hoizey

Common mistakes in smartphone sites - Google Developers - 2 views

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    "Here are some common mistakes we see on smartphone-optimized websites and how to avoid them."
Laurent Paoletti

Optimizing the critical rendering path - 0 views

Laurent Paoletti

Your mobile site is slower than you think | Feature | .net magazine - 2 views

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    Trying to measure and analyse your site's mobile performance is like taking aim at a constantly moving target. As soon as you think you have some idea of what exactly it is you're trying to measure, it changes.
Laurent Paoletti

15 things you can (and should) do to make your site faster for mobile users - 1 views

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    August is Speed Awareness Month, and performance experts throughout our community are contributing their perspectives. My post about must-have mobile optimization techniques just went live. Here's the intro... As you probably know, mobile users face unique performance challenges when it comes to implementing the strategies above.
Nicolas Hoizey

Slowy app | Real-world connection simulator and bandwidth limiter - 0 views

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    "Slowy is a tool which simulates custom connection's conditions and limits the network traffic to a specified destination port. It is created for web developers, like me, who need to test a website with a real-world connection, even on a local server. Slowy is an OSX MenuBar app, so it is lightweight and is placed only on the system topbar. "
Mehdi Kabab

Media Query & Asset Downloading Results | TimKadlec.com - 1 views

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    "I did some research about how images are downloaded when media queries are involved. I wrote up some automated tests where Javascript could determine whether or not the image was requested. I've got enough data now to be able to go into detailed findings."
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