24 thoughts on “Load your page faster: remove unused code

  1. Shakil Alam Post author

    There must be a option in Coverage area of Dev Tools where we can cut or copy to used css

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  2. Steve Richter Post author

    Is there a way to identify all the functions that are never used based on the functions that are called?

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  3. *-_TheOlian04_-* Post author

    Came here thinking I'd get a quick rundown of treeshaking… Who are dumb enough to actually need any of these "improvements"?

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  4. Julian Post author

    The recording tool look interesting. Never heard of it. Thanks!

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  5. Jaro K Post author

    Funny enough that coverage feature in the console will not show at all the files that are 100% unused. I reported it already like 2 month ago and no fix so far.

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  6. Cafer Can Arslan Post author

    I think, this video does not add any info to anyone who follow this page.

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  7. Dat boi Miguel Post author

    Did ya'll misspell 'Performance' and 'Optimization' on line 144

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  8. Nanobyte Post author

    0:36 You said "Filter by TYPE" but you mean "SIZE" 🙂

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  9. Anthony Dach Post author

    TLDR – just remove unused dependencies.

    Btw – I don't think this is just a WEB issue.

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  10. Razvan Toader Post author

    Very poor example of what this tool can do. Really dissapointed by this.

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  11. Alex Troll Post author

    The coverage tool is useless on real site. It works only on single page. You cant just start recording all your usage session. Why chrome team didnt fix this for months?

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  12. michael vivar Post author

    just don’t include useless files so that you wont need to remove them

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  13. Programing Grid Post author

    which coding font you use on your text editor

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  14. Vikram Kumar Post author

    Not a good example to demonstrate optimisation. Very very basic and not even close to practical implementation.

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