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How to do real user performance monitoring for Google AMP sites

If you care about web performance, then you’ve no doubt been following Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project, which seeks to create better, faster experiences for mobile users. According to Google, AMP pages load 85% faster than standard mobile pages. Not only do these faster pages make visitors happier, but Google also prioritizes AMP-enabled content in its […]

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website monitoring for mobile devices

Last month I covered the topic of page bloat — more specifically, calling attention to the fact that the web has reached a brand-new (if ignominious) milestone: the average home page is now more than 2 MB in size. Today I want to talk about an issue that is arguably even more problematic: how page bloat affects mobile […]

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