The definitive front-end performance guide.
If you want to add new tips or edit the existing ones, just go to the src/documents folder. There you can find all of them in Markdown (.md) format. Remember to add references on each tip that you write at References wiki.
How can I locally run the project?
Open your terminal and download DocPad through this command:
$ [sudo] npm install -g email@example.com
- Now clone it:
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:<your-github-username>/browser-diet.git
- Then go to the project's folder:
$ cd browser-diet
- Install all dependencies:
$ npm install
- And finally run:
$ docpad run
Now you can see the website running at
How can I run another language version?
Simply go to the docpad.coffee file and change the value of the
Then you just need to run
docpad run again.
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This project uses DocPad, a static generator in NodeJS, and here's the basic structure:
. |-- out/ |-- src/ | |-- documents | |-- layouts | |-- partials `-- package.json
This is where the generated files are stored, once DocPad has been run. However, this directory is unnecessary for versioning, so it is ignored (.gitignore).
Contains all tips in Markdown (.md) format, in addition to images, fonts, CSS and JS files.
Contains the default template.
Contains reusable blocks of code.
Lists all NodeJS dependencies.
BrowserDiet was made with love by these people and a bunch of awesome contributors.