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Looking for even more performance; realistic?
04-22-2017, 09:15 PM
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RE: Looking for even more performance; realistic?
I was looking into it more this morning, and am now even more confused. Smile

In 2016, my frontpage loaded in 0.415s with a start render time of 0.592s:

Since then I've done several things to improve/keep good performance, including:
- Inlining critical above-the-fold CSS,
- Defer load non-critical JS,
- Locally host Google-analytics script,
- Conditional loaded Javascript,
- Preconnect,
- Create a CSS image sprite with the most requested images,
- Uglified and minified CSS, JS, HTML aggressively.

But now the load time is 0.390s (so the same) but the start render time increased to 0.886s:

I really don't get why now ~400ms is spend between downloaded the page and the start of rendering it, especially with a tiny amount of inline CSS and a page size of just 3.23kb. If anything, I'd expect the gap between load and start render to shrink (and not increase).
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RE: Looking for even more performance; realistic? - JMTC - 04-22-2017 09:15 PM

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