1. 5 Reasons To Use HTTPS link

    At one time, if HTTPS wasn't needed on a site to protect sensitive user information, sites wouldn't use it. But that way of thinking has started to change.

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  2. Speed up with Brotli link

    Both Chrome and Firefox have announced that they will be utilizing a new compression algorithm named Brotli. Learn about what Brotli is, and how will it help with web performance.

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  3. CSS Filters and Mobile Performance link

    CSS filters and the other goodies that are now available can be fun to play with. But if and when we choose to use them, it’s also important to keep an eye on mobile performance to make sure that our mobile users don’t pay too high a price.

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  4. FLIPping Animations link

    Animations can be a nice touch to a web page, but they can also be expensive. In this post, we'll take a quick look Paul Lewis' FLIP approach, and how it can be helpful in certain animation situations.

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  5. The Business Case for Performance link

    Improving a site's performance can take time and resources, so for many decision-makers there will need to be a clear business case for making the investment. And to make this case, you will often need numbers and case studies.

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