> there is currently no plan for PWA support in Firefox
5 tests for the same page on PageSpeed Insights within 3 minutes, results range from 29 to 60. 🤷♂️
This is ridiculous, our clients rely on this "tool" promoted by Google to assess their performance. 😡
It should be much more stable and reliable!
Et pour toutes mes photos publiées sur le Kenya, en attendant que je sorte mon propre site photo (prévu depuis des années) :
Pas besoin de beaucoup d'albums pour passer un bon Noël en famille, merci @GAldebert@twitter.com !
(Et on ne zappe aucun morceaux, hein.)
We should use both `dns-prefetch` and `preconnect` (separately) to speed up connexions to additional servers in most browsers:
- Firefox doesn't support `preconnect` anymore on HTTPS
- Safari doesn't support having both in the same instruction
The @MozDevNet@twitter.com page about `dns-prefetch` suggests to use both `preconnect` and `dns-prefetch`:
I thought `preconnect` would be enough, implying the DNS, isn't it?
True for both `<link>` and HTTP header?
Looks like this photo I put on @Flickr@twitter.com has an admirer, really focused on the end of the year… 😅
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Today is the first anniversary of this site being built with @firstname.lastname@example.org, and it's been an amazing year! 🥳
(At least on this topic, you know what I mean…)
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