Being one of the highly sensitive and important website performance points, a primary question to clear out is when exactly the load occurs?
The load is not any series of events but a complete experience.
The user gets a completely different experience if:
- The web app loads in the pattern of gradual loading of every image one by one in the webpage.
- Experiencing a blank page with buffering for a second or two and directly encountering a completely loaded webpage with all the images or videos.
It is just like your reactions in a restaurant when you are very hungry but your food is served after an hour on the dining table.
In a similar fashion,
The Intractability becomes the most critical part of the load. This is how the load time affects in app performance. This intractability also includes the responsiveness that the user experiences through the swipes, scrolls or clicks after the page has been loaded.
Load time is one of the gripping performance parameters that directly affect user experience on the website.
The good news is there are 4 strategies to trim down the load time (response time)
- Let the load time appear to be quick and shorter to the users
- Decrease the rendering speed
It is also called image synthesis. It is a process of generating the non-photorealistic or photorealistic image from a 3D model or 2D model or a combination of both automatically through the computer programs.
- Reducing the average time that the browser takes to fetch the resources
This can be achieved by shortening the time taken for server processing or using the HTTP pipelining or browser caching (browser cache).
- Reduce the number of requests
One can decrease the number of requests by screening out only the most important and high priority elements that are actually needed to be loaded efficiently on the website.