Google uses new techniques to speed up Javascript load times in latest Chrome release


Always obsessed with speed, Google shared today that it has improved the way Chrome loads Javascript files in the latest version of Chrome, now loading at the same time as beginning to parse them. Script streaming in Chrome 41 allows the browser to process asynchronous and deferred scripts as soon as the download of those files begins, not after it’s completed. Previously, the browser would download and then parse the files step by step. This improvement means that pages can load up to 10 percent faster than previously. Code caching is also used in Chrome 42 to help speed up…

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