Join Morten Rand-Hendriksen for an in-depth discussion in this video Automated image optimization, part of HTTP/2: Developing for Performance.
- [Speaker] By now you know how important…image optimization is for performance,…and you also know how to manually optimize your images.…But we can take this a step further…by using command line tools…to optimize the images on the fly.…If you look at the Exercise Files for this movie,…03_06, you'll find that in the development folder,…we have folder called images,…that contains three new folders: experience,…mainpromo, and testimonials.…And inside each of these folders,…there are all the files for our responsive images.…We have the original file, we have the 1600-width,…the 800-width, and the 400-width.…
Now, these have all been optimized through Photoshop already…The next step is to optimize them through command line tools…to make the files even smaller.…What I want to end up with is a situation…where anytime I add a new image into any folder…inside the images folder, or add a new folder…inside the images folder, the process automatically…optimizes those images and dumps them…into the production folder under images.…
- What is website optimization?
- Understanding how browsers render content
- Measuring performance
- Optimizing images
- Optimizing code
- Compressing data with GZIP
- Optimizing file caching
- Leveraging CDNs
Skill Level Advanced
Designing Websites for Performancewith Brian Wood43m 32s Appropriate for all
1. Web Performance: An Introduction
Plan of attack1m 52s
2. Web Performance Visualized
3. Optimizing Images
4. Markup and Content
5. Optimizing Delivery
6. The End
Thank you2m 31s
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