Holy Grail of website performance.

It has been bothering me for last few months. Once your website is completed and you are so proud of it, you get reality check from Google’s tool. One rainy day I decided to score 100 no matter what…

Google PageSpeed result page.

My first step was code minification …

Minifying CSS and JS files is so obvious so there is no point to talk about it. Simply use any automated task runners or only tools like http://www.minifier.org

Google might suggest you compressing images to save data. What if you do not want to do this, because you would like to keep high resolution…

Lukasz Swigowski

UI/UX designer and web developer. Currently UI Designer at Student Loans Company. Personal website: https://www.swigowski.com

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