Performance optimization is a cyclical process. We are constantly learning new ways to optimize, while simultaneously adopting new technologies and techniques that negatively impact performance. The HTTP Archive provides a great historical record of the technical side of the web, with almost 10 years of history and an ever growing dataset of sites.
During this session Paul will provide a brief overview of the HTTP Archive and then dive into some insights into the adoption of common web performance techniques and some of their measurable impacts.
The session will include:
- An overview of the HTTP Archive
- An exploration of how various performance best practices are implemented, such as…
- How to get started with your own HTTP Archive analysis
Exploring web performance techniques through the lens of the HTTP Archive
Web developers, and anyone interested in web performance
Assumed Audience Knowledge
Some experience with either web development or performance analysis
Five Things Audience Members Will Learn
- Web performance techniques
- HTTP Archive
- Caching strategies
- Image optimization