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Minify and uglify your code: Minification is the process of removing unnecessary characters and whitespace from your code to make it smaller. Uglification is the process of making your code more difficult to read and understand. Both of these can be achieved using tools like UglifyJS and Terser.
Use code splitting: Code splitting allows you to divide your application into smaller chunks, so that only the code that is needed for a particular page or feature is loaded. This can be achieved using libraries like Webpack and Rollup.
Use a Content Delivery Network (CDN): A Content Delivery Network (CDN) is a network of servers that are distributed across the globe. By using a CDN, your application’s assets will be served from a server that is geographically closer to the user, resulting in faster load times.
Use lazy loading: Lazy loading is a technique where you only load the code that is needed for a particular page or feature when it is requested by the user. This can be done using libraries like
Use browser caching: By enabling caching on your server, the browser can store the files and reuse them on subsequent loads which reduces the load time.
Use compression: Gzip compression is a technique that reduces the size of your files by compressing them before sending them to the browser. This can be enabled on your server and it can significantly reduce the load time.
Optimize images: Optimizing images can significantly reduce the size of your files and improve load time.
Use a performance monitoring tool: Tools like Lighthouse, Webpagetest, and SpeedCurve can help you identify performance bottlenecks and measure the impact of your optimizations.
It is important to note that performance optimization is an ongoing process. Regularly monitoring your load times and using the techniques above can help you improve the performance and user experience of your application.
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