This was the only part that I didn’t quite understand, would love an edit with less flair :P
Adam Willoughby-Knox

Ha. Sorry about that. Yeoman’s work is just an expression for the unexciting grunt work required to get the job done. Funnily enough, the word “yeoman” reminds some folks of the javascript scaffolding tool of the same name, but I objecting that “grunt” work also reminded me of the javascript task runner. :)

Point is, there are tons of little rendering bottlenecks that just happen when you write code because you’re trying to achieve a product outcome, and only by looking at the flame charts do you realize that it’s causing layout thrashing or re-renders.

So it’s not always blog-post worthy material, but lots of wins come from chasing down the biggest ones.

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