How to respond faster to user interactions.
A newer webpack chunking strategy in Next.js and Gatsby minimizes duplicate code to improve page load performance.
Starting in Chrome 83, link rel="preload" and font-display: optional can be combined to remove layout jank completely
Chrome is collaborating with open-source frameworks to work towards a better web
Learn about the benefits and tradeoffs of supporting AMP in your Next.js app
Try out the two ways that you can add AMP to a Next.js app
Next.js takes care of many optimizations in your React app so you don’t have to
Built-in lazy loading is finally here!
A web app manifest is included into Create React App by default and allows anyone to install your React application on their device.
Your React site is not progressive if it's not accessible. Auditing during development can help you spot any issues.
You never need to ship more code than necessary to your users, so split your bundles to make sure this never happens!
Want to make your React site as fast and accessible as possible? You've come to the right place!
Caching assets with a service worker can speed up repeat visits and provide offline support. Workbox makes this easy and is included in Create React App by default.
Not server-side rendering but still want to speed up the performance of your React site? Try pre-rendering!
Super large tables and lists can slow down your site's performance signficantly. Virtualization can help!
npm makes adding code to your project a breeze. But are you really using all
those extra bytes?