Towards a Unified Theory of Web Performance - Infrequently Notedhttps://infrequently.org/2022/03/a-unified-theory-of-web-performance/
Despite fully reloading the page, the HTML version of Gmail consumes fewer network resources (~70KiB) and takes less overall time to return to interaction.
A reflection on what it means for the web to be performant, with the example above about Gmail looking at what value complex Web applications might actually be bringing to the table.
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