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Michael Ruescher
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Passionate about Creativity & Building Modern Web Apps!
Passionate about Creativity & Building Modern Web Apps!

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Chrome DevTools Console & Command-line API pro-tips: 
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Spring-cleaning Unused CSS With Grunt, Gulp Or Broccoli

http://addyosmani.com/blog/removing-unused-css/
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My Chrome Dev Summit talk on Instant Mobile Web Apps. Summary:
* render the initial view on the server, not the client. client-side rendering is a mobile performance anti-pattern.
* minimize render blocking resources
    * eliminate blocking JS in the initial rendering path
    * minimize (possibly inline) blocking CSS in the initial rendering path. this also means not inlining images in CSS as data URIs. doing so is harmful for time to initial render.
* load content needed to render parts of the app that are not in the initial view in a way that doesn't block rendering of the initial view (async)

Slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1z49qp03iXAJIkbXaMtCmWW_Pnnq-MzXGW139Xw8-paM/present#slide=id.p19

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