Still serving users GIFs? In this tip, learn more about saving your users’ bandwidth by serving better images – and only serving them when they’re needed.
Intersection Observer API: goo.gl/4uA1tf
Saving Bandwith with Images, Medium article by @samthor: goo.gl/lTu5Ex
20 Comments on "Saving Bandwidth with Images (The Standard, Ep. 8)"
hi, to followers youtube gd morning…its nice tube
I feel like everyone interested in watching this already know all of that…
Oh I like compact mini vids like this. Clear, concise with no weird over the top `not funny` humor attempts.
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At 1:01, are you sure that trashing the layout, while the user is scrolling, is a good idea?
Love these videos, keep them coming!
You win best series on the Chrome developers channel at the moment :-). Really well presented and some great tips!
how about using intersection observers to detect when image is in viewport to then trigger the image downloadthis is fairly new so not sure if its more performant than using the onscroll event method mentioned in the vid
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