Performance budgets are an important control mechanism to keep web applications fast and efficient. Tammy Everts shares how to set them up and apply the latest practices for great results.
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- Performance budgets –https://www.speedcurve.com/blog/performance-budgets/
- Performance budgets, pragmatically – https://csswizardry.com/2020/01/performance-budgets-pragmatically/
- Page bloat – https://www.speedcurve.com/blog/page-bloat-web-performance/
- Performance inequality gap – https://infrequently.org/2022/12/performance-baseline-2023/
- Performance plateau – https://www.speedcurve.com/blog/web-performance-poverty-line/
- WPOstats – https://wpostats.com/
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