I hadn’t come across this before—run Lighthouse tests on your pages from six different locations around the world at once.
Time to Interactive (TTI) is the most impactful metric to your performance score.
Therefore, to receive a high PageSpeed score, you will need a speedy TTI measurement.
At a high level, there are two significant factors that hugely influence TTI:
Lighthouses of the world, mapped.
What if accessibility were a ranking signal for Google search results?
Here’s a thought: what if Google put its thumb on the scale again, only this time for accessibility? What if it treated the Lighthouse accessibility score as a first-class ranking metric?
Stuart’s ideas for Lighthouse sound a lot like the resilience validator tool that Scott mentioned recently.
This is our chance to help stamp out sites that don’t do things right, and help define that a progressive web app should actually be progressive.
If you have ideas on this, please file an issue.
This looks like it’s going to be a great evening event. Charlotte and Rosa are both speaking at it, which makes it unmissable in my book.
The very affordable tickets go on sale on Friday, and all the proceeds go to charity.
Lighthouse are putting on their Improving Reality conference again this year. It’s the day before dConstruct. Come to both!
There’s going to be mini Science Hack Day at Lighthouse as part of this month’s Science Festival in Brighton. Come along — it’ll be fun.
A short piece on the experiment that James conducted with Lighthouse in the foyer of the Cleareft office building, trying to show some kind of physical representation of coding.
James is giving a talk here in Brighton next month. I’ll be there with robot-actuated bells on.
"Now, there are signs â€œRADIOACTIVITYâ€� written with big white letters on the approaching paths to the structure but they donâ€™t stop the abandoned exotics lovers."
There will be an evening games in the foyer of the Clearleft office building on Thursday, August 21st.