Responsive Website Performance Does Not Have to Suck


Mehrdad and I recently did a session at the Velocity web performance show on how you can make responsive website performance not suck by using a new dual-sided architecture for web delivery, using some neat JavaScript virtualization tech in the browser. It's now up on YouTube for viewing by everyone.

Responsive website design is a great way to right-size your web experience for the wide variety of devices out on the Internet. But we are basically still in the first generation of responsive website design and we are seeing lots of performance issues. If your responsive website takes 10 seconds to load, nobody will get to see it. The good news is that solutions do exist that can cure your performance ailments without you having to rewrite your site.

Here is our session: Get Responsive Website Performance with a Dual-sided Architecture