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Robin Rendle

Writer, designer, type nerd.

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Prefetching, preloading, prebrowsing

When we talk about front end performance we think things like concatenation, minification, caching, or gzipping assets on the server so that the page loads faster and users can complete their goals as quickly as possible.

Resource prefetching is another performance enhancing technique. We can use it to tell the browser which assets the user might need in the future—before they even need them.… Read article

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