The Web Browser is inarguably the most common portal for users to access the web. The advancement of the web browsers (through the series of history) has led many traditional “thick clients” to be replaced by browser enhancing its usability and ubiquity.
Critical Rendering Path, Render Blocking Resource, Speculative Parsing, and Structure of Web Browsers.
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Web browsers are a lot more complicated than we give them credit for. This also tells me what I'd have to either build or build replacements for if I was to make my own browser, which is useful in and of itself!
Google has a playlists of talks that goes into how Chromium works: youtube.com/watch?v=kNzoswFIU9M&li...