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Jeremy Wagner

Jeremy Wagner is a web developer from Saint Paul, Minnesota. He is the author of the Manning Publications book Web Performance in Action, a companion guide for the performance-minded web developer. Read his meandering ramblings on the web at https://jeremywagner.me, or check him out on Twitter @malchata.

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radEventListener: a Tale of Client-side Framework Performance

React is popular, popular enough that it receives its fair share of criticism. Yet, this criticism of React isn’t completely unwarranted: React and ReactDOM total about 120 KiB of minified JavaScript, which definitely contributes to slow startup time. When …

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Brotli and Static Compression

Content compression can be as simple as flipping a switch, but there’s a lot to consider beyond that. We pretty well know what we need to compress, but what about configuring compression? Or static versus dynamic compression? What about Brotli?…

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