Browser experiences are affected by three main causes of latency, which can roughly be categorized as hops, size and speed.
- Hops to servers and back can be very latent, depending on distance to servers and number of subsequent hops.
- Size of downloads affect bandwidth usage, and large assets can cause long delays.
- Speed of browser rendering is affected by how fast a CPU is and how much work it needs to do.
The relationship between Moore’s Law and Nielsen’s Law means CPU speeds can be expected to increase at a greater rate than bandwidth, so over time, size becomes more important than speed. Additionally, caching is a common solution for mitigating latency from hops, and small sizes are better for caching, both on CDNs (saving cost) and browsers (saving space).
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All issues should be created using the new issue form. Please describe the issue including steps to reproduce. Also, make sure to indicate the version that has the issue.
Code changes are welcome and encouraged! Please follow our process:
- Fork the repository on GitHub.
- Fix the issue ensuring that your code follows the style guide.
- Add tests for your new code, ensuring that you have 100% code coverage. (If necessary, we can help you reach 100% prior to merging.)
npm testto run tests quickly, without testing coverage.
npm run coverto test coverage and generate a report.
npm run reportto open the coverage report you generated.
- Pull requests should be made to the master branch.
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