Browser rendering optimisation (Udacity course)

Posted on May 15, 2016
Tags: javascript, frontend, courses

Browser rendering optimisation

course - link

So here is, actually, the first post in this blog. And I decided to make it quite small, just a few impressions about the course from Google, that I have completed recently.

The course itself is quite small, but is full of interesting live examples and gives you a nice overview of how browser rendering works. This course gives you a good insight on how you can use Chrome dev tools to find bottlenecks in your frontend apps. And gives you a lot of info on how to make your app running at 60 fps. Shortly speaking, it will be useful for everyone who writes any frontend CSS/javascript code.

Some course insights

Here are some main thoughts that I have after finishing the last course exercise: