By Barbara Bermes
A pragmatic ebook on web site functionality for internet builders, concentrating frequently on front-end functionality development. It covers lots of reliable thought, yet is additionally choked with beneficial, actual global tricks and suggestions so you might use in your websites today.
Topics lined include:
User adventure, layout and performance
Measuring and tracking performance
Setting up a web page weight budget
Network and server improvements
Optimizing pictures and video
Optimizing scripts and 3rd celebration content
Lean DOM operations
The e-book additionally comes with a convenient "cheat sheet" summarizing a few of the key suggestions contained in the booklet.
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User Experience and Performance Here's the above the fold count of each MPM, categorized as low impact, medium impact, and high impact: Count Module Score 10 Low impact 10 2 Medium impact 4 2 High impact 12 14 Total 26 By checking the file sizes of each MPM, you can assess each MPM's impact. As mentioned before, this is mainly intended to bring design and developers together to quickly sketch out performance impacts of the different content modules. It lets you easily determine elements that might be too heavy to present above the fold.
The lower the number, the better the expected performance. This approach suggests that you don't have to starve your website by following performance patterns. A lean website in the context of this book does not refer to a website that is lacking any information or interaction. It only means that the website has been created with the concept of applying and following web performance paradigms, which I'll explore in more detail in later chapters. Measurable Performance Modules A measurable performance module (MPM) describes a simplified and single performance unit in a wireframe.
Lean Websites by Barbara Bermes