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Oncle Tom

Load testing Web applications for free - 2 views

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    A very smart way to use your own audience to stress test the scalability of a new and upcoming version/feature before public facing.
Nicolas Hoizey

Rendering on the Server and Client in Node.js - 1 views

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    "At Artsy we've been building Node.js applications that share code and rendering between the server and browser. We've seen many benefits from this - pages load faster, we can optimize SEO, developers are more productive, and JavaScript coding is just an overall better experience."
Nicolas Hoizey

Web Performance: One or thousands of Media Queries? - 1 views

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    "engines do serialize and strip out duplicated media-queries so they only need to evaluate each media query once. Also they cache the queries so that they can re-use it later on"
Nicolas Hoizey

Revisiting the "Cookieless Domain" Recommendation - 0 views

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    "serving CSS files from the same domain as the base page [is] a performance win"
Laurent Paoletti

Analyze your website speed and performance - 3 views

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    Sitespeed.io is an open source tool that helps you analyze your website speed and performance based on performance best practices and metrics. It collects data from multiple pages on your website, analyze the pages using the rules and output the result as HTML or JUnit XML.
Nicolas Hoizey

Smart Defaults: On Libraries & Frameworks - TimKadlec.com - 1 views

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    "I've worked on projects where some of the devices we needed to test on couldn't load the page at all if jQuery was present-it was just too much JavaScript for the device to handle."
Nicolas Hoizey

Faut-il limiter le nombre de Media Queries ? (Sass and Media Queries) - 0 views

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    "Does combining the media queries have any actual performance improvements? Are people simply raising issue because they don't like the way the output CSS looks? That's a damn good question and one that Aaron also raised. As he put it, "Let's ask science!""
Nicolas Hoizey

motherjones/grunt-html-smoosher - 3 views

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    "A grunt task which takes a html file, finds all the css and js links, and outputs a version with all the css and js written inline for ease of pasting into a cms"
Nicolas Hoizey

A proposal for preloading resources bound by media queries | FT Labs - 1 views

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    "In current implementations as of August 2012, no popular user agent pre-fetches resources that are subject to media queries until those media queries are satisfied. However, it seems like a more intelligent approach could be taken based on the liklihood that the media query may be satisfied at some point after a page has loaded. "
Oncle Tom

pngquant Home Page - 0 views

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    pngquant 2 applies vector quantization algorithm to optimise image colour palette with the least amount of loss as possible.
Mehdi Kabab

memory by Gonzalo Ruiz de Villa - 0 views

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    Support de présentation de Gonzalo Ruiz de Villa à l'occasion de #spainjs 2013
Laurent Paoletti

A developer's guide to rendering performance - 3 views

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    When we look back over the history of web performance we see a heavy focus on reducing the number of requests and getting files to the browser quickly. Our platform has changed a lot, and while optimizing for network performance remains a crucial part of our jobs, we now have to broaden our performance horizons. Our users also expect smooth scrolling, animations and interactions, even on mobile devices. In short we need to deal with not just how quickly our sites and apps load, but also how quickly they run.
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    In this session Paul takes a lightning tour of how Chrome converts the DOM into pixels, see how our code affects its workload, and arrive at a modern workflow for finding (and eliminating) rendering bottlenecks.
Laurent Paoletti

Lazy loading below the fold - 5 views

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    I've started experimenting with my home page to make it load even faster. Amazon famously does this too which you can read more about in this Steve Souders post. They make sure everything that needs to be visible above the fold is loaded first, then, it starts loading all the other "stuff" below the fold.
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."
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