Tag: paint

Using Chrome DevTools to profile the jsconf.eu site

This is a fascinating look into diagnosing scroll performance issues using Chrome’s dev tools. I immediately thought back to the days before dev tools existed and although it was before any of the fancy stuff we’re doing today, I do not envy the days before these tools existed. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QU1JAW5LRKU

Posted: June 19, 2015

Jank Busters – Chrome Rendering Performance

Talks like these fascinate me. I personally have not gotten so far into frame rate performance testing to make use of the (awesome looking) dev tools that support such a practice, but I want to. I really enjoyed hearing from two of the engineers that actually deal with the low level implementations of browser rendering, […]

Posted: March 24, 2014

CSS and the critical path

CSS and the critical path / Stoyan's phpied.com. We’re going to be talking about performance on the front end like crazy for the next few years, there’s no escaping it. A lot has to do with mobile but just as much has to do with continuing to refine Web applications to be more performant, more […]

Posted: June 05, 2012