Our comprehensive guide to getting the best performance out of a Drupal site.
Many of the common website speed problems in Drupal 7 are now a distant memory with Drupal 8 and Drupal 9. Features like Drupal’s built-in Dynamic Page Cache help bring great performance benefits to the two most recent versions. This article will highlight other tactics to assist with getting the best performance out of your Drupal site.
Serving dynamic content, while maintaining the cacheability of a Drupal 8 site, used to be a tedious task. Drupal 8 did introduce a Lazy Builder way back when, but using it requires a fair amount of coding. Instead, we’ll take advantage of the BigPipe module which was included as a stable module since Drupal 8.3.
As our technology stacks and tools evolve, one of the biggest concerns for all of us involved in building and maintaining web applications is and remains performance. Let's take a look at how performance expectations on the internet have changed over the years.
Poor website architecture and performance planning has struck again, this time leaving 24,000 families in the state of Illinois disappointed and burdened by the crash of the Empower Illinois scholarship tax credit site.
Maui Jim recently faced a major software upgrade and redesign while expanding their international presence. They had ambitious performance goals and needed expert front-end development to achieve them. Chromatic delivered a successful component library and consulted on performance. The result: pages that load 2-4x faster.