(pauses to think of some)
- A Politico news article
- A DeisLabs blog post
- An IEEE news article
- An essay on UX Collective about how the world needs to go on a tech diet
- The page for a crate on crates.io
A positive counter-example
Aside: Keep. Your. Bundle. Sizes. Down.
parsed (because the parser doesn’t care how efficiently you compress the megabytes) before they can
desperately hunt for read the words in your article, UX Collective:
No one wants to see a blank page for three seconds when they hit reload.
These measurements were taken on a 150 Mbps fibre connection. If I use Chrome’s ‘Slow
3G’ setting, the first flash of content is at the 35-second mark. The page
sheer exhaustion finishes loading at the 150-second mark. Is this the experience you want your
visitors to associate with you?
- That’s not meant to be disparaging. Svelte and Sapper are what was missing from frontend development. They clearly point the way forward.↩
- The really problematic part is that we don’t have any way to provide captions for the user-generated recordings, so hearing-impaired users are left out in the cold.↩