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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #42438, comment 55


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08/02/2022 12:27:49 PM (23 months ago)
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  • Ticket #42438, comment 55

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    1 The most common scenario for preloading is for render-blocking resources which might appear after the first HTML network packet, as that's the moment when there is more network bandwidth available.
     1The most common scenario for preloading is for render-blocking resources which might appear after the first HTML network packet (as they would be discovered a full round-trip later by the download scheduler), as the earliest moments are the ones when there is more network bandwidth available, due to less competition.
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    33For example, jquery-core-js and jquery-migrate-js are two render-blocking resources (always in the admin) that could appear after many inline styles and are prime examples of preloading that can move the network download earlier in the timeline due to the certainty of them being required.