usus - Webpage pre-rendering service. ⚡️

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Static HTML pages with inline CSS load faster and are better indexed than single page applications (SPA). ūsus pre-renders single page applications into static HTML with the critical CSS inlined. Removing the blocking CSS and inlining the CSS required to render the page increases the perceived page loading speed. Presumably, improves SEO by reducing the page loading time.

https://github.com/gajus/usus

Dependencies:

bluefeather : ^2.7.0
chrome-launcher : ^0.3.1
chrome-remote-interface : ^0.24.1
death : ^1.1.0
debug : ^2.6.8
surgeon : ^2.1.0
yargs : ^8.0.2

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