Jank Busters: Building Performant Web Apps Jank Busters: Building Performant Web Apps / tutorial / free

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You want your web app to feel responsive and smooth when doing animations, transitions, and other small UI effects. Making sure these effects are jank-free can mean the difference between a "native" feel or a clunky, unpolished one.
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submitted about 4 years ago, by SkinnyGeek1010
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pineapple

I like this new tag jank... i googled it and I see that's actually a 'thing'. I do find jank annoying.

pineapple, about 4 years ago

SkinnyGeek1010

Yea me too! The new retina MacBooks experience a lot more jank.... Comparable to a netbook I think lol. Box-shadow and gradients seem to be really expensive. Also The new canary builds have a fps meter option.. Really handy

Pineapple seems to be almost always a buttery 16ms/60fps thumbs up

SkinnyGeek1010, about 4 years ago

pineapple

Well damn, thats good to hear :D I planned to even refactor it more, although profile page is what's got my attention now.

pineapple, about 4 years ago


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