A Netflix Web Performance Case Study – Dev Channel – Medium


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By Addy Osmani

"Improving Time-To-Interactive for Netflix.com on Desktop"

[[By refining the JavaScript used for Netflix.com’s sign-up process and using prefetching techniques, the developer team was able to provide a better user experience for both mobile and desktop users and offer several improvements.

Loading and Time-to-Interactive decreased by 50% (for the logged-out desktop homepage at Netflix.com)
JavaScript bundle size reduced by 200kB by switching from React and other client-side libraries to vanilla JavaScript. React was still used server-side.
Prefetching HTML, CSS and JavaScript (React) reduced Time-to-Interactive by 30% for future navigations]]
webdev  performance  speed 
7 days ago by dandv
tl;dr: There are no silver bullets to web performance. Simple static pages benefit from being server-rendered with minimal JavaScript. Libraries can provide great value for complex pages when used with care. Netflix is one of the most popular video streaming services.
6 weeks ago by davidmatas
tl;dr: There are no silver bullets to web performance. Simple static pages benefit from being server-rendered with minimal JavaScript. Libraries can provide great value for complex pages when used…
netflix  javascript  performance  react  architecture 
8 weeks ago by xer0x
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9 weeks ago by jackysee
There are no silver bullets to web performance. Simple static pages benefit from being server-rendered with minimal JavaScript. Libraries can provide great value for complex pages when used with care.
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9 weeks ago by justinavery
Improving Time-To-Interactive for Netflix.com on Desktop tl;dr: There are no silver bullets to web performance. Simple static pages benefit from being…
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10 weeks ago by bcamper
tl;dr: There are no silver bullets to web performance. Simple static pages benefit from being server-rendered with minimal JavaScript. Libraries can provide great value for complex pages when used with care. Netflix is one of the most popular video streaming services.
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10 weeks ago by pesche
Improving Time-To-Interactive for Netflix.com on Desktop tl;dr: There are no silver bullets to web performance. Simple static pages benefit from being…
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10 weeks ago by MrMartineau
A Netflix Web Performance Case Study
Improving Time-To-Interactive for Netflix.com on Desktop

tl;dr: There are no silver bullets to web performance. Simple static pages benefit from being server-rendered with minimal JavaScript. Libraries can provide great value for complex pages when used with care.
javascript  netflix  performance  react 
10 weeks ago by sic1
A Netflix Web Performance Case Study – Dev Channel – Medium
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10 weeks ago by maet
tl;dr: There are no silver bullets to web performance. Simple static pages benefit from being server-rendered with minimal JavaScript. Libraries can provide great value for complex pages when used…
javascript  react  netflix  performance 
10 weeks ago by lenciel
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10 weeks ago by chaoxian
I was wondering when people would realise fat-arse JS frameworks were a problem
webperf  netflix  javascript  ovum 
10 weeks ago by yorksranter
tl;dr: There are no silver bullets to web performance. Simple static pages benefit from being server-rendered with minimal JavaScript. Libraries can provide great value for complex pages when used…
javascript  performance  react 
11 weeks ago by tedw
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