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Static First: Pre-Generated JAMstack Sites with Serverless Rendering as a Fallback

You might be seeing the term JAMstack popping up more and more frequently. I’ve been a fan of it as an approach for some time.

One of the principles of JAMstack is that of pre-rendering. In other words, it generates your site into a collection of static assets in advance, so that it can be served to your visitors with maximum speed and minimum overhead from a CDN or other optimized static hosting environment.

But if we are going to … Read article

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Tips for rolling your own lazy loading

You may have heard (or even issued the call) that “we can just use lazy loading!” when looking for a way to slim down a particularly heavy web page.

Lazy loading is a popular technique for gradually requesting images as they come into view, rather than all at once after the HTML of the page has been parsed. It can reduce the initial page weight, and help us hit our performance budgets by requesting images when they're needed.

It can … Read article

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