This is right up my alley: fast loading and efficient mobile. While this is pretty extreme, it’s pretty cool at the same time — minimizing load time to the nth degree.
Posts Tagged ‘Optimization’
Love everything and anything that’s about optimizing web sites. I don’t know why. I’ve got a weird obsession. On the surface, “The One Less JPG Movement” is real simple — to compensate for added JS (file size and http requests), remove at least one image.
Man, I love web-based tools like this. Even the description is awesome:
A CSS redundancy analyzer that analyzes redundancy.
I’ll all about eeking speed out of my sites. Sadly, my personal sites lag behind in that category when compared to the professional web development projects I’m involved in. WordPress adds another layer of inefficiency, and this list I came across the other day seems like a great checklist of things to do to improve your sites performance.
Adding this list to my toDo for both this site and Keefer Madness.
Was going through the site, and found this post started in the drafts folder. While the article was published quite a few months ago, it’s still as valid today.
Be concise and efficient with your code. I’m a big fan of optimizing your web properties in every which way that you can, and it turns out that the magic number presently is 250 milliseconds. Interesting article:
This is right up my alley. I’m a huge fan of doing everything in your control to optimize the speed of your web properties. Nice read.
The key to efficiency on any computer application is mastering and utilizing the keyboard as much as possible, instead of navigating multiple levels of nested menus via the mouse or various panels.
Photoshop is the easiest application I’ve come across to quickly ramp up productivity by using the keyboard as much, or more than the mouse sitting beside it. But there always seem to be more keyboard commands and combinations to learn.
The article below does a great job of running through some of them:
I had never heard of paint times when talking about browser web page rendering prior to the article below. Now I feel like I need to geek out a bit on exploring paint times via the Chrome dev tools on various web properties I’ve worked on.