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happypack - Happiness in the form of faster webpack build times.

  •    Javascript

HappyPack makes initial webpack builds faster by transforming files in parallel. HappyPack provides both a plugin and a loader in order to do its job so you must use both to enable it.




psi - PageSpeed Insights with reporting

  •    Javascript

Run mobile and desktop performance tests for your deployed site using Google PageSpeed Insights V2 with tidy reporting for your build process. As of PSI 2.x, we expose both the PageSpeed Insights speed and usability scores. The latter is based on usability rules that score a page based on factors like the presence of a sensible mobile viewport.

tmi - TMI (Too Many Images) - discover your image weight on the web

  •    Javascript

Find out the image weight in your pages, compare to the BigQuery quantiles and discover what images you can optimize further. Verbose mode will show you a detailed summary of which images needs improving.

fastify - Fast and low overhead web framework, for Node.js

  •    Javascript

Enter Fastify. Fastify is a web framework highly focused on providing the best developer experience with the least overhead and a powerful plugin architecture. It is inspired by Hapi and Express and as far as we know, it is one of the fastest web frameworks in town. Do you want to know more? Head to the Getting Started.

emmet - The essential toolkit for web-developers

  •    CSS

Emmet (formerly Zen Coding) is a web-developer’s toolkit that can greatly improve your HTML & CSS workflow. With Emmet, you can type CSS-like expressions that can be dynamically parsed, and produce output depending on what you type in the abbreviation. Emmet is developed and optimised for web-developers whose workflow depends on HTML/XML and CSS, but can be used with programming languages too.


quicklink - ⚡️Faster subsequent page-loads by prefetching in-viewport links during idle time

  •    Javascript

This project aims to be a drop-in solution for sites to prefetch links based on what is in the user's viewport. It also aims to be small (< 1KB minified/gzipped). You can also grab quicklink from unpkg.com/quicklink.

cdnjs - Free and Open Source Web front-end resource CDN

  •    Javascript

CDNJS is a free and open source project to organize and provide popular front-end web development resources to developers via a fast CDN infrastructure without usage limitations and fees. We want to help individual library/framework developers distribute their projects, and web developers supercharge their websites! With our great free CDN service, developers can focus on their projects and website development. Developers no longer have to spend time worrying about how to set-up a CDN for projects or website assets. We hope to make web development easier, as well as your websites and the WWW faster and safer.

fast-json-stringify - 2x faster than JSON.stringify()

  •    Javascript

fast-json-stringify is significantly faster than JSON.stringify() for small payloads. Its performance advantage shrinks as your payload grows. It pairs well with flatstr, which triggers a V8 optimization that improves performance when eventually converting the string to a Buffer. Build a stringify() function based on jsonschema.

speedline - Calculate the speed index and visual performance metrics from chrome dev tool timeline (recently: pmdartus -> paulirish)

  •    Javascript

The Navigation Timing API provides useful data that can be used to measure the performance of a website. Unfortunately this API has never been good at capturing the actual user experience. The Speed Index, introduced by WebpageTest.org, aims to solve this issue. It measures how fast the page content is visually displayed. The current implementation is based on the Visual Progress from Video Capture calculation method described on the Speed Index page. The visual progress is calculated by comparing the distance between the histogram of the current frame and the final frame.

Taffy

  •    ASPNET

Taffy changes the playback speed of your podcasts without affecting their pitch. Written in ASP.NET, it's a podcast "proxy" of sorts. It "stretches" the audio of your podcasts automatically before they're downloaded by your podcatcher, so your media player doesn't have to do it.

Benchmarks, Performance and Speed Tests for the .NET and Mono Frameworks

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Benchmarks, performance and speed tests of basic algorithms, structures and patterns for the Microsoft .NET Framework and Novell Mono Framework. Gives the software architect an overview how much throughput dictionaries, thread synchronization and more have. Tests are VS/C#

Google Page Speed for .Net

  •    CSharp

This little piece of software sends a request to the Google page speed API, then parses the JSON response and presents them in a nice class. I use this class on this webpage to show the page speed score at the bottom right corner of my site: http://schaffhauser.me

Gauge Dial Custom UserControl

  •    DotNet

This is a vb2008 custom usercontrol that displays information like a speedometer or fuel gauge. It has a custom function "AccelerateTo(x)" to make the dial move its needle like a real gauge.

AutoSensitivity

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AutoSensitivity allows you to define different mouse sensitivities (speeds) for your touchpad and mouse and automatically switch between them (based on mouse connect / disconnect).