Ilya Grigorik is a web performance engineer at Google, co-chair of the W3C Web Performance Working group, and author of High Performance Browser Networking (O'Reilly) book. In short, an internet plumber. In off time, you'll find him working on open source projects, exploring the outdoors with a camera, or simply enjoying a good book.
High-Performance Browser Networking (O'Reilly)
What every web developer must know about networking and browser performance: impact of latency and bandwidth, TCP, UDP, and TLS optimization, performance tips for mobile networks, and an under the hood look at performance of HTTP 1.1/2, XMLHttpRequest, WebSocket, WebRTC, DataChannel, and other transports.
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- The "Average Page" is a myth
- Don't lose user and app state, use Page Visibility
- Eliminating Roundtrips with Preconnect
- Browser Progress Bar is an Anti-pattern
- Fixing the 'Blank Text' Problem
- Resilient Networking: Planning for Failure
- Capability Reporting with Service Worker
- Extensible Web Resource Loading Manifesto
- Optimizing Webfont Selection and Synthesis
- Script-injected "async scripts" considered harmful