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You Don't Need the DOM Ready Event

by dzc & 1 other
It usually takes a long time for the DOM ready event to fire. During this time, many parts of a webpage are inactive as they wait for Javascript to kick in and initialize them. This delay is significant and makes a rich web application become available slower. Creates a bad user experience, doesn't adhere to any design pattern and is, really, not needed...

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dzc
the 12/01/2017 at 14:38

bamthomas
the 12/01/2017 at 12:57