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20 Comments on "Saving Bandwidth with Images (The Standard, Ep. 8)"

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Julian Esguerra
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Julian Esguerra
15 days 9 hours ago

hi, to followers youtube gd morning…its nice tube

QbsidianH20
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QbsidianH20
17 days 10 hours ago

I feel like everyone interested in watching this already know all of that…

3m0_Wr3ck
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3m0_Wr3ck
18 days 35 minutes ago

Oh I like compact mini vids like this. Clear, concise with no weird over the top `not funny` humor attempts.

Timothy Kozak
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Timothy Kozak
18 days 1 hour ago

Говорит: скачайте себе ImageOptim

Max Papirovnyk
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Max Papirovnyk
18 days 1 hour ago

нихера нового не сказал

László Balogh
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László Balogh
18 days 2 hours ago

At 1:01, are you sure that trashing the layout, while the user is scrolling, is a good idea?

Zollistic
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Zollistic
18 days 2 hours ago

Love these videos, keep them coming!

Paul Newton
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Paul Newton
18 days 9 hours ago
01:00 This is naive, no it's "malformed" advice DO NOT wait till an image is in frame, or wait until you(the dev) need it. Load it before the user is ever aware they need it. This fad is an anti-pattern that needs to go away. Waiting for images to load as you scroll makes for some obnoxious content experiences for the bulk of the world not on a fat internet connection. Yes this type of simplified code sharing helps pageweights go down across the internet but it creates very bad mindsets like never having an image placeholder to avoid shifting&jumping… Read more »
Oliver Dunk
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Oliver Dunk
18 days 13 hours ago

You win best series on the Chrome developers channel at the moment :-). Really well presented and some great tips!

Chris Egbuonu
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Chris Egbuonu
18 days 15 hours ago

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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