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Andrea Verlicchi

Making the web faster and more user-friendly

Tagged “interaction to next paint”

  1. Talk: Enhancing web responsiveness. Debugging and avoiding slow interactions

    Videos, slides, dates and locations of my web performance talk I brought at conferences, Google Developer Groups (GDG) and meetups around Europe.

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  2. Jake Archibald's talk "In the loop", transposed

    Jake Archibald's talk "In the loop" is still one of the best sources of information on how browsers process tasks and are able to respond to user input. As I didn't find anything as comprehensible as that in text format, I transposed his talk into this blog post.

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  3. How to use scheduler.yield to improve web pages responsiveness

    Google Chrome is introducing a new feature called scheduler.yield. This feature allows web developers to explicitly tell the browser to yield control to the main thread. Here are the key points.

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  4. Preparing for Interaction to Next Paint (INP), a new Core Web Vital starting March 2024

    As a web performance consultant, I'm always on the lookout for new developments that impact the user experience of websites. One such upcoming change is the introduction of a new metric called Interaction to Next Paint (INP) by Google. Set to become a Core Web Vital in March 2024, INP is designed to measure the time it takes for a website to respond to user interactions. In this blog post, we will delve into what INP is, why it matters, and how companies can prepare themselves to ensure their websites meet this crucial web performance metric.

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