HTTP/2 PUSH vs HTTP Preload
Nov 18, 2017
HTTP/2 PUSH is a feature which lets server pre-emptively push resources to the client (without a corresponding request). HTTP Preload is a way to indicate to the browser resources it would require while loading the current page. In this post, we will discuss the key differences between PUSH and Preload, with a detailed explanation of which one to choose based on your use case.
Native HTTP/2 support in Node frameworks - Hapi, Koa, Express and more
Nov 5, 2017
In this post, we will track the native HTTP/2 support status in some of the most popular Node frameworks. We will also provide examples of how to implement static file server where possible.
How to create a zero dependency HTTP/2 static file server with Node.js (with examples)
Oct 28, 2017
Node.js just launched support (v8.8.1) for HTTP/2 as part of their core. In this post, we will create a simple HTTP/2 server to serve static files and then demonstrate some cool features like HTTP/2 PUSH.
Why Brotli Adoption is so Low Among Websites
Dec 29, 2016
Beyond Offline: Other Interesting Use Cases with Service Workers
Jul 14, 2016
Impact of metadata on Image Performance
Jul 1, 2016
In this post, we will specifically focus on the different kinds of metadata stored in JPEG images and the impact this has on performance of a webpage.