Performance Calendar » Progressive Image Loading using Intersection Observer and SQIP


17 bookmarks. First posted by maxbarners december 2017.


Using SVGs as LQIP (Low Quality Image Placeholder) sources.
webdevelopment  webdesign  performance  svg  lqip  javascript 
february 2018 by garrettc
If you visit sites such as Facebook, Pinterest or Medium regularly, you may have noticed that the first time you load the page, you’ll see a page with low…
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january 2018 by anglepoised
If you visit sites such as Facebook, Pinterest or Medium regularly, you may have noticed that the first time you load the page, you’ll see a page with low quality or even blurry images. Then as the page continues to load, the blurry / low quality images are then replaced with the full quality versions. To see an example of this in action, let’s take a look at the image below.
images  performance  svg 
december 2017 by Gwendoux
Progressive Image Loading using Intersection Observer and SQIP
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december 2017 by davidhund
Progressive Image Loading using Intersection Observer and SQIP
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december 2017 by codepo8