Frontend Performance: Why Lighthouse has made us lazy

  1. Send less bytes over the wire and cache where possible (scripts, stylesheets, assets etc), defer non-critical assets where possible and asynchronously load additional content
  2. Serve static or server rendered pages to show content faster (without scripts)
  3. Minimise above the fold reflows

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