How latency, packet loss, content type, and third-party content affect performance.
HTTP/2 is still new and, although deploying it is relatively easy, there are a few things to be on the lookout for when enabling it.
Five questions for Ben Sigelman about adopting distributed tracing tools and optimizing performance of complex, distributed systems.
Learn how to avoid these common application performance testing mistakes.
Five questions for Emil Stolarsky on moving logic to the edge of your systems.
How service workers, HTTPS, and other techniques can help you achieve security and speed.
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An interview with Reshmi Krishna, cloud application and platform architect at Pivotal.
How to provide the eye-pleasing experience you want without sacrificing your site's performance.
Learn the basics of measuring performance from chapter 2 of High Performance Responsive Design.
A review of the most common responsive design performance pitfalls and how you can keep your responsive site snappy and fun.
As companies have increasingly automated internal processes and customer interactions, IT has become part of the control mechanism itself.
Steve Souders works at SpeedCurve on the interplay between performance and design. He previously served as Google’s head performance engineer, chief...
Ilya Grigorik is a developer advocate and web performance engineer at Google. He spends his days and nights working on making the web faster and building and driving adoption of performance best pract...
Lara Callender Hogan is the Senior Engineering Manager of Performance at Etsy and the author of Designing for Performance. She champions performance as a part of the overall user experience, striking ...