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🎉 Blog post just went live! 😎 Learn about some really powerful and concise lines of code that bring zen and clarit… https://t.co/BcsaLpJ6Fj
Retweeted by Rick ViscomiShould I cut my quarantine hair and beard for these presentations?I'll be presenting on CrUX and web vitals next week to the @gdg_nyc @nywebperf and @LDNWebPerf groups. The events a… https://t.co/j2bZ4CfRjW
7/8
2020
We're starting development on the 2020 edition of the Web Almanac. Now is a great time to get involved; we're plann… https://t.co/01Ci1ulGZF
7/7
2020
@WalterStephanie Nice, I'm going to add this to my webring
7/6
2020
@jonkantner @addyosmani Could you open an issue or PR?
7/4
2020
@AndyDavies @HTTPArchive @immunda Could you also share the query on https://t.co/ejbjxBd3Na? @chousmith @addyosmani Look again 🪄 @AndyDavies @HTTPArchive @immundaGood @HTTPArchive research project idea: find all known websites that load assets from the https://t.co/pKwLviMV1nhttps://t.co/EPDEqMKall @Alacritas7 @igarshmyb @addyosmani We don't currently have a way to detect websites hosted by Firebase. Accepting p… https://t.co/BUOG3QOzqDIs your host fast? Slow server response times can push out *all* page load metrics, including Largest Contentful Pa… https://t.co/kJ9o70keI8
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7/3
2020
🌱 Help wanted! Looking for data analysts to join the 2020 Web Almanac project. + Join a content team of subject ma… https://t.co/LYyGigd3SU
Retweeted by Rick Viscomi @DanShappir @aaronpeters @rnebhwani @JohnMu @AndyDavies @tkadlec Yeah the challenge is cutting that off in a standa… https://t.co/VPdQf26FJS @DanShappir @aaronpeters @rnebhwani @JohnMu @AndyDavies @tkadlec Layout shifts in response to user interactions sho… https://t.co/oDZZxD2Y5E* Correction: LCP should not be updated after a user interaction like clicking or scrolling, per… https://t.co/EVjKYQ2TC6 @rnebhwani @DanShappir @AndyDavies @tkadlec cc @JohnMu @rodydavis @Google @materialdesign 👋 welcome and congrats!To take it home: 1. Measure percentiles like 50, 75, and 90 to exclude egregious outliers like this one. 2. Even… https://t.co/VgseRzDhWpSo how did I get an LCP of 14 hours and 42 minutes without getting the background tab annotation? Long-lived web a… https://t.co/01OKV3GyAnOne way this can happen is if you open a new tab but don't immediately switch to it. LCP's clock will be ticking wh… https://t.co/f0G2dZyoVSHere's an LCP of 14 hours. This is why you don't use averages when analyzing web performance distributions! https://t.co/KXPNRSU3vN
7/2
2020
In case you missed Day 1 of #webdevLIVE, you can catch @rick_viscomi's talk "Mastering CrUX on BigQuery" here on Yo… https://t.co/TkzeD7E8WA
Retweeted by Rick ViscomiOn July 14th we'll focus on Observability and Measurement @eanakashima talks about how her team approaches web per… https://t.co/BV1PgDzHdm
Retweeted by Rick Viscomi💯 Highly recommend watching this #webdevLIVE talk from @addyosmani on optimizing your Core Web Vitals for great loa… https://t.co/KG5tAFyI8R
7/1
2020
@kornelski @nucliweb @HTTPArchive caniuse has "% of all users" data. Is that what you're looking for? https://t.co/8bXS6gRVhC @ChuckReynolds Thanks! Feel free to share any questions or feedback along the way.I'll be presenting "Mastering CrUX on BigQuery" on Day 1 It's lightning talk length but filled with tips about adv… https://t.co/uMT22HydJr
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6/30
2020
@aaronpeters Yes, this is an active topic of discussion in the Web Performance Working Group and for Core Web Vitals 2021.Here's a little JS wrapper to make integrating with the CrUX API easier: https://t.co/FbKJsVXaN8 1. Get a CrUX API… https://t.co/Nzx65UZ6QG @aecms The BigQuery dataset is only monthly granularity. It should be possible to save the daily data from the CrUX… https://t.co/KIoAMxnjaZ
6/29
2020
🚨 Announcing the new CrUX API! A fast, RESTful API for monitoring real-user experiences of websites and pages. Tr… https://t.co/3OtOZAoeej
Retweeted by Rick Viscomi @mariajoguerrero @ChromiumDev The "detecting cat on keyboard" space seems ripe for disruption by an ML startup
6/26
2020
@aecms I made a video showing how to compare two origins in the same dashboard. It's not built for it but it's doab… https://t.co/CmU8Ki3ZRC @i_praveensharma Hi Praveen. The page you linked to has been completely rewritten since you asked your question, so… https://t.co/Jsn6Q4iLoL
6/24
2020
@kdzwinel @patrickhulce @simonhearne Although the README says Apache 2.0 and links to the LICENSE file which specif… https://t.co/PIkGWoF0ML @csswizardry @anatudor @chriscoyier I just wish Twitter supported escaping # @ and . @csswizardry @anatudor Text replacement is a neat idea! I've also used this nifty util by @chriscoyier https://t.co/VrePyjbl0o @anatudor What's your preferred method of adding the zws?
6/22
2020
Graphing layout shift scores over time helps you see HOW FREQUENTLY shifts occur and HOW SEVERE they are. This is r… https://t.co/KsV62c2AiyScreenshots with layout shifts now have dashed borders to help you see WHEN they happen and WHAT changed on the pag… https://t.co/iwhi3VlEBVTwo WebPageTest improvements for understanding layout stability issues that I'm really excited about: 🎞️ The films… https://t.co/kiupcoXWTQ
6/19
2020
I've updated the CrUX Dashboard guide on web.​dev. Check it out to learn about all of the latest features. https://t.co/6LYQjEm61MThis years @HTTPArchive Web Almanac is open for chapter author nominations. I would love to see more BIPOC authors,… https://t.co/u48X9IcWoB
Retweeted by Rick Viscomi @mehulkar @fox @HTTPArchive Thanks - these are great! To keep everything in one place, would you mind adding these… https://t.co/Ao1WNJKsyz
6/18
2020
@vamseeJasti An IMDb for podcasts 👍 @marcysutton @briankardell I have a lot more I could say about this than what fits in a tweet, so LMK if there's an… https://t.co/WMWTL7K78E @marcysutton @briankardell Great question and something I've given a lot of thought to. - previous authors should… https://t.co/pmViPxmVCeI'll be presenting "Mastering CrUX on BigQuery" on Day 1 It's lightning talk length but filled with tips about adv… https://t.co/uMT22HydJrThe 2020 Web Almanac is gearing up and nominations are open for authors of 20+ chapters. Tell us which subject ma… https://t.co/QyKmR6Mu33
6/17
2020
@merlinox @gilberto_cocchi Not sure! Paging DS expert @_mkazi_ 📟
6/10
2020
@blue2blond @____lighthouse @usingwpt This is helpful feedback, thanks. @blue2blond @____lighthouse @usingwpt In general, tools may report different CLS for a number of reasons: - differ… https://t.co/8l36ULTwxZ @blue2blond @____lighthouse @usingwpt Lots of good tips for measuring and optimizing CLS in this guide:… https://t.co/Ja19NsiepH @blue2blond @____lighthouse @usingwpt I see, thanks! One possible source of discrepancy is how you're manually cal… https://t.co/4tBXGpSAIf @blue2blond @____lighthouse @usingwpt Yes, shifts in all directions count towards CLS. Hard to tell from the image… https://t.co/wo0FKRfRnr
6/9
2020
Here's last night's show, in its entirety. https://t.co/FcggKLlstb
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6/8
2020
@rana_kualu Sounds good. Thanks you! @rana_kualu Thanks for offering to translate it, and asking permission first 🙂 @rana_kualu Sure! I just ask that you keep my name attributed as the original author and if possible include an alt… https://t.co/JUzQXQfPaT
6/6
2020
@AlexardMunoz This happens because the May dataset (released on the second Tuesday of June) is not yet available.… https://t.co/KoF8rFqe5JI wrote out some thoughts on how to make this moment a real turning point to bring about real change––and pulled to… https://t.co/XALZHP1MMb
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6/2
2020
@rock_hawk The dashboard is sourced from the BigQuery dataset, which updates on the second Tuesday of the month. So… https://t.co/z8M8URAuYX
6/1
2020
@anniebombanie_ Thanks for sharing. TIL!In the Accessibility chapter of the 2019 Web Almanac, authors Nektarios Paisios, @theobto, and Abigail Klein found… https://t.co/ruvA6ppPyW
Retweeted by Rick Viscomi @anniebombanie_ Wow. Do you know if this is standard behavior across browsers or just a quick/bug? @AaronAlter5 Page-level data is only available by direct request. If you're the site owner, the Core Web Vitals rep… https://t.co/vMjarEY90b @tbrodbeck @fighto @ChromeUXReport One last thing then I'll stop hijacking the thread :) A common optimization tec… https://t.co/oKK76yFW4i @tbrodbeck @fighto @ChromeUXReport So what good are the perf stats from lab tools? For telling you how close you we… https://t.co/6Kme2dukF6 @tbrodbeck @fighto Don't use lab tools like the extension or Lighthouse if you want to know how fast a website is.… https://t.co/9AJbeezc9f @tbrodbeck @fighto PSI is "accurate" in the sense that it's simulating a user on typical network/CPU speeds. Your l… https://t.co/ceuyWaTpqF @shellyfagin @googledevs Great, I was hoping it was something like that and not a bug. Thanks! @shellyfagin @googledevs So glad you're finding the dashboard useful! Any idea where those links are getting that… https://t.co/WdJeLev8xf
5/29
2020
@PLabh Thanks for your support! @PLabh It's a team effort, lots of great people working on CrUX!📢 Announcing Core Web Vitals support across all your favorite developer tools! https://t.co/Zp7pOhq17B - PageSpe… https://t.co/zT2KOLW9yi
Retweeted by Rick ViscomiIn the Performance chapter of the 2019 Web Almanac, @rick_viscomi found that real-world desktop users experience fa… https://t.co/BPPqRklxi1
Retweeted by Rick Viscomi @daKmoR @ChromeUXReport Yeah that page could be made more mobile friendly. Here's a deep link into the dashboard fo… https://t.co/iNruCLfD5c🚨 Introducing the NEW CrUX Dashboard! Easily monitor how real users are experiencing your site. No code or queries… https://t.co/dBu9SYsuVa
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5/28
2020
@cjamcl @kylemathews @swyx @gatsbyjs @HTTPArchive That's a good starting point (written by @paulcalvano).… https://t.co/zQsVhRyYGZ @cjamcl @swyx @kylemathews @gatsbyjs Yeah per @HTTPArchive it looks like there are ~5k sites detected as built with… https://t.co/LJvTz1b6wKIn the CDN chapter of the 2019 Web Almanac, @AndyDavies and @colinbendell found that 20% of web pages have their HT… https://t.co/ucI6inkLhX
Retweeted by Rick Viscomi @cjamcl FizzBuzz
5/27
2020
@jroakes @addyosmani The more the better but 9 is a sweet spot. Odd numbers are helpful for selecting a single repr… https://t.co/d1QGeUuaTk @jroakes @addyosmani If throttling is doing its job, latency will be consistent and make the A/B tests more compara… https://t.co/l7ecjh1ja4 @jroakes @addyosmani A/B testing in the field is a more complicated topic. You need to randomly sample control and… https://t.co/rTuf7h5FNS @jroakes @addyosmani Because network latency is controlled in both tests, you're ensuring that differences observed… https://t.co/jBKdl4K2fu @jroakes @addyosmani What you're describing is reducing variability in A/B testing. You can do that by controlling… https://t.co/Pvd0XIxTAa @ThePracticalDev @rick_viscomi If you're in #webdesign or #webdev, this is an absolutely amazing resource. So much… https://t.co/9ExqYUel0n
Retweeted by Rick ViscomiIn the Page Weight chapter of the 2019 Web Almanac, @tameverts and @katiehempenius make an important point: unoptim… https://t.co/shUyNyANR6
Retweeted by Rick ViscomiA few new features: UI improvements, letter shuffling, hints, and yes even the konami code :) https://t.co/oK1MUfUdDQ
5/26
2020
Last year 29 subject matter experts from the web community came together in a massive effort to document the state… https://t.co/jbo64Jre14
Retweeted by Rick ViscomiInspired by the @nytimes Spelling Bee puzzle. (this project started as a solver for that game 😈) https://t.co/2ZcUXOSKKaI wrote a little open source CLI word game this weekend https://t.co/Auu0egcM5Q https://t.co/ekpIvf8A6c
5/25
2020
@ericlaw Reminds me of an old quote by Lewis Black: "It's 2003. Why can't I teleport?"
5/24
2020
@gwidion @decko I'm 0 for 1 on the sarcasm today so I'm not going near this one! @prushforth @tameverts @katiehempenius We also need to clarify what the conversions are because sometimes ads/socia… https://t.co/Nf6g6vdKLD @prushforth If we're talking about 3P scripts like ads/social/marketing, it's tough to make generalizations because… https://t.co/gUp5BCgtHT @malchata Nice! The CLI would be especially useful for lots of cases. @prushforth The relationship is purely correlational. For example, don't read it as "if I add 30 more scripts, I c… https://t.co/IfSBkQREIj
5/23
2020

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