[webkit-dev] Making browsers faster: Resource Packages

Peter Kasting pkasting at google.com
Sat Nov 21 23:19:37 PST 2009

On Sat, Nov 21, 2009 at 4:50 PM, Vladimir Vukicevic <vladimir at mozilla.com>wrote:

> Another option is:
>      <link rel="stylesheet" href="NOT-in-package-C.css">
>      <link rel="resource-package" href="pkg.zip">
>      <link rel="stylesheet" href="in-package-A.css">
>      <link rel="stylesheet" href="in-package-B.css">
> Assuming that's an acceptable load order for the CSS, that should guarantee
> that the browsers will start loading the unpackaged CSS regardless of
> whether they delay all other loads until the manifest loads.

I thought the whole point was to try and see what kinds of effects happened
when authors didn't use this perfectly.  (I would be a lot more positive
about this technique if it was much harder to misuse in ways that slow down
page loads.)

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