Consider the performance impact of third-party scripts, such as those from social media platforms or advertising networks. These can slow down website loading times if they’re not optimised, or take a long time to load.
Anyone working in a marketing agency will be familiar with the age-old battle between designers and web developers. Designers want websites to look incredible, with all the bells and whistles, but web developers know this can slow the site down, and their priority is ensuring websites are as fast and slick as possible. Enter the Astro web framework, which enables a balance between the two.
Designed for speed, Astro allows users to pull content from anywhere and serve it fast.
The Marko framework is HTML re-imagined as a language for building dynamic and reactive user interfaces. Just about any valid HTML is valid Marko, but Marko extends the HTML language to allow building modern applications in a declarative way.
Used to power high-traffic websites like ebay.com (which actually created Marko), this relatively new (but trusted) framework is easily scalable and tailored to wherever the code is going to run. It’s not a static site generator, rather it’s used to create web apps. At the moment, it’s not something we really use at TBB, as it’s more suited to businesses that might need to display data in real time, such as FMCG brands.
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Written by Alice MacLaverty
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