Utilize Asynchronous Loading
Implement Lazy Loading
Lazy loading is a design pattern that delays the loading of non-critical resources at page load time. Instead, these resources are loaded when needed—like when a user scrolls down to a particular section. This technique can significantly reduce the initial load time of your website, leading to a more responsive user experience.
Consider Using Web Workers
Implementing Lazy Loading further contributes to site optimization. By delaying the loading of non-critical resources until needed, the initial load time of a website is markedly reduced. The result is a more responsive and user-friendly browsing experience that retains user interest and reduces bounce rates.