Page load time is an important aspect of performance, but it’s not the only one. After a site has loaded, it should respond quickly to clicks, taps, and keypresses. But this can be difficult to measure and optimize.
I’ll talk about the new Interaction to Next Paint performance metric that allows you to understand how fast your site responds to user interactions and how you can see it for your site. Then I’ll dig deeper into understanding where the time is going, and how you can monitor and improve it.
|Web Vitals | Q&A||Google I/O||May 2021|
|Exploring the future of Core Web Vitals||Chrome Dev Summit 2020||December 2020|
|Cumulative Layout Shift||#PerfMatters||March 2020|
|Monitoring and Metrics in Chrome||performance.now()||November 2019|
|Performance Testing Chrome||Automationeers Assemble||April 2019|
|Keynote: Engineering Accomplishments||BlinkOn 10||April 2019|