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JavaScript Performance (at SFJS)

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A deep dive into async script loading.

A deep dive into async script loading.

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  • NehaGhouri NehaGhouri Good stuff, nice to know what the browsers are actually doing. We were just talking yesterday about how, although Chrome’s 4 years old now, there’s still no good ol’ ctrl-shift-R shortcut like Firefox has. Would make a great extension! 1 year ago
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  • NehaGhouri NehaGhouri Good stuff, nice to know what the browsers are actually doing. We were just talking yesterday about how, although Chrome’s 4 years old now, there’s still no good ol’ ctrl-shift-R shortcut like Firefox has. Would make a great extension! 1 year ago
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  • salalex Alex Sal, Software engineer at SAP AG Great info!

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  • perfengineering perfengineering The #1 cause of slow web pages is...guess what...JavaScript. Great slides on JavaScript Performance by Steve Souders. 2 years ago
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  • thetechnicalweb thetechnicalweb Fantastic stuff and great information! 2 years ago
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