Is your web app complying to Core Web Vitals?

Is your web app complying to Core Web Vitals?

'Health' of a web app signifies the performance and user experience of the web application.

How to measure the health of a web app?

Albeit there are several parameters, one of them is Core Web Vitals, an initiative by Google to provide unified guidance for better user experience.

Core Web Vitals parameters are:

  1. LCP (largest contentful paint): How fast is the main part of web page loaded?
  2. FID (first input delay): How fast is the User Interactivity, after the page has been loaded
  3. CLS (Cumulative layout Shift): Visual Stability when the user interacts with the page

If you would like to test your application for these parameters, please visit PageSpeed

What is the significance of Core Web Vitals?

Based on the Core Web Vitals score, Google will rank the website along with SEO. So a website that is so fast to load, very stable when the user navigates and very fast when the user interacts will be ranked better in Google search result.

Did You Know?

53% of all website traffic to a web app comes from the search results of a search engine that cannot be influenced by paid advertising

B2B Companies generate 2X more revenue from search engine than any other channel

How to optimize for Core Web Vitals?

There are several ways for a web app to confirm to Core Web Vitals standard. Some of them are:

  1. Using modern frameworks like Remix, ReactJS, VueJS, NextJS, NuxtJS to create the web app

  2. Lazy loading the components that are not immediately required by the user when the page loads

  3. Optimize the images

  4. Efficient Programming

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