How I improved my site’s performance by replacing all my GIFs with Lottie

Just before the launch of the Reciprocal.dev alpha I had a little time to polish the web app while we worked on the marketing site so I started building a custom loading image to keep users entertained while waiting to use the product.

I had been using Adobe Illustrator to create small illustrations to use throughout the app, re-using…

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Currently building reciprocal.dev. Interested in building shared understanding, Automated Testing, Dev practises, Metal, Chiptune. All views my own.

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Colin Wren

Colin Wren

Currently building reciprocal.dev. Interested in building shared understanding, Automated Testing, Dev practises, Metal, Chiptune. All views my own.

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