E-commerce growth is slowing, merchant sales are down, some online stores may not survive. So, how to stay competitive?
Today's customers demand fast responses and reliable interactions when shopping online. MPA (Multi-page App), SPA (Single-page App) and PWA (Progressive Web App) offer a different experience. But what’s the real difference?
Are you curious how much will the speeding up your online store increase your revenue? Or are you already interested in PWA, but still hesitate, whether it’s the right solution for your business? Either way, keep on reading, because we will give some of the most critical arguments to get started.
Is it really possible that milliseconds make millions? The answer is YES, and it is not just a catchy headline, but a conclusion of Delloittes's study. This study focuses on the correlation between the speed of a website and the company’s revenue.
Core Web Vitals are rolled out now! As of May 2021, Google started to measure the user experience of web applications and incorporated the score into SERP. Since most of the traffic for web applications goes from Google, people should start optimizing their pages. Have they started yet?
The previous article was focused on how to improve your website performance, what are potential performance bottlenecks, how to measure and fix them, and what impact does it have on your business. Did you fix it all? If so, let’s have a look at mechanisms to keep your performance on the top level.
David Vršek and Adam Jedlička (both StoreFront X Developers) were among the speakers at the webinar Time to speed up! and had an inspiring presentation about the performance of the apps in relation to Core Web Vitals. We bring you the summary of their speech.
Every tenth of a second when a visitor has to wait for your site to load has a far greater impact on your revenue than you think. Lighthouse, a useful tool from Google, will help you find out how you actually perform.