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What is the Future of Front End Web Development?

By seorocket / last month

I was asked to do a little session on this the other day. I’d say I’m underqualified to answer the question, as is any single person. If you really needed hard answers to this question, you’d probably look to aggregate data of survey results from lots of developers. I am a little qualified though. Aside […]

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Brotli and Static Compression

By seorocket / a couple of months ago

Content compression can be as simple as flipping a switch, but there’s a lot to consider beyond that. We pretty well know what we need to compress, but what about configuring compression? Or static versus dynamic compression? What about Brotli? By now, Brotli enjoys support in a good chunk of browsers in use. While it […]

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Guetzli

By seorocket / a few months ago

Geutzili, Google’s new open source algorithm… …that creates high-quality JPEG images with file sizes 35% smaller than currently available methods, enabling webmasters to create webpages that can load faster and use even less data. I’ve seen this fairly widely reported, and that’s great because images are the main cause of web bloat these days and […]

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HTTP/2 – A Real-World Performance Test and Analysis

By seorocket / a few months ago

Perhaps you’ve heard of HTTP/2? It’s not just an idea, it’s a real technology and slowly but surely, hosting companies and CDN services have been releasing it to their servers. Much has been said about the benefits of using HTTP/2 instead of HTTP1.x, but the proof the the pudding is in the eating. Today we’re […]

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