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Quick Gulp Cache Busting

You should for sure be setting far-out cache headers on your assets like CSS and JavaScript (and images and fonts and whatever else). That tells the browser "hang on to this file basically forever." That way, when navigating from page to page on a site — or revisiting it, or refreshing the page — the browser doesn't have to download it again which produces way faster page loads. It's massively important for web performance, so do it!

But how do … Read article

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Render Caching for React

Server Side Rendering (SSR) is a very useful technique that makes web apps appear faster. The initial HTML is displayed before the JavaScript is parsed and, while the user is deciding what to tap on, our handlers are ready.

Server side rendering in React requires additional work to setup and has server costs. Furthermore, if your server team cannot have JavaScript running on your servers, you are stuck. It significantly complicates the CDN setup especially if you have pages that … Read article

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This browser tweak saved 60% of requests to Facebook

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