Maximiliano Firtman's content and learning experiences for Web Performance
Advanced Web Performance
5-hour online video course for web professionals on Web Performance
Vanilla-JS, you don't need that library
5-hour online video course for web professionals on DOM and Vanilla-JS
Go Fundamentals for Web Developers
5-hour online video course for web professionals on the Go language
5-hour online video workshop for web professionals
Web Performance Optimization Basics
6-hour Learning Path to start with webperf
3-hour Online Course to understand this new web paradigm
Faster Paint Metrics with Responsive Image Optimization CDNs
When you are interested in web performance, image compression and optimization are key aspects to consider that will impact many user-centric metrics, such as First Meaningful Paint and Speed Index. I’ve researched the image optimization solutions offered by the main CDN providers in order to identify the most relevant techniques in use today to map the differences among providers and help you pick one in case you need them. I also looked at what opportunities for improvement are still there.
5-hour Online course to understand webperf APIs
Hacking Web Performance
During YGLF (You Gotta Love Frontend) in Vilnius Lithuania 🇱🇹, I've delivered this session covering the latest ideas and techniques to hack web performance.
1-hour Online Course to work with threading in the Web
Learning Enterprise Web Performance
5-hour Online course to start with Web Performance
75% of the web won’t take advantage of a faster experience in Google Chrome
Thoughts about Brotli over TLS
Service Workers replacing AppCache, a sledgehammer to crack a nut
If you are into web development, you have probably heard about Service Workers, sometimes referred as “the Application Cache replacement”. I’ve been using and teaching it for a while, and I think we need to talk about it. We are trying to crack a nut with a sledgehammer. We need a Vanilla AppCache new API.
You May Be Losing Users If Responsive Web Design Is Your Only Mobile Strategy
You resize the browser and a smile creeps over your face. You’re happy: You think you are now mobile-friendly, that you have achieved your goals for the website. Let me be a bit forward before getting into the discussion: You are losing users and probably money if responsive web design is your entire goal and your only solution for mobile. The good news is that you can do it right.
How to make HTML5 sites run faster on mobile
Measuring and optimising mobile performance
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