Andrey (azangru) wrote,


He also gives a couple of fascinating examples. This site of Massachusetts Department of Transitional Assistance is mindboggling — it doesn't have anything justifying the use of a sophisticated frontend framework, and yet it downloads a whopping 7MB of javascript and takes ages to go past the blank screen even on desktop with a decent network connection. Another example is the site of New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services — this super spartan web page was built with Angular and is downloading ~6MB of javascript.

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