[Chugalug] CSS/JS/HTML Therapyon http://chugalug.org
seabre986 at gmail.com
Wed Sep 26 01:10:33 UTC 2012
Fingerprint your assets. Don't care too much about how big they are,
especially nowadays. They'll only get downloaded once anyway, until you
update them again.
On Tue, Sep 25, 2012 at 7:32 PM, Mike Harrison <cluon at geeklabs.com> wrote:
> My best suggestion would be to compare it to something else you
>> consider "normal" and "acceptable". I have a hard time finding a page
>> that loads in under 200kb these days, but that's just me....
> What I am used to is our core system:
> "Juice" has a customer info screen that is "huge" with the amount of data
> it displays. I just pulled one up with a lot of stuff in it. On a
> dev server with compression turned off (so I can sniff easier):
> Size Uncompressed Size
> 1 Document 37 KB 37 KB
> 8 Images 16 KB 16 KB
> 0 Objects
> 3 Scripts 4 KB 4 KB
> 1 Style Sheet 20 KB 20 KB
> 13 Files 77 KB 77 KB
> And most of the images (16kb) is a Logo and stuff
> that is there because the customer demanded it.
> These interfaces allow caching of the CSS and JS and Images,
> and work very well on burst satellite and wireless networks
> in remote places on crappy old browsers.
> Actually data transfered with compression on after your first time
> through a cycle: < 8KB per page.
> But I'm playing.. Trying the new paradigm..
> I mean, it looks like this internet thing just might take off.
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