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Native lazy-loading in Chrome 76

Native lazy-loading in Chrome 76
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If you keep on eye on everything that’s happening in Chrome, you can’t miss the news about appearing of native lazy-loading in Chrome 76! Here you can apply the new loading attribute to lazy-load resources and you don’t need to write lazy-loading code or use a separate JavaScript library. Let’s find out more.

The creators noticed that images were usually the most requested asset type by users than any other resource. The only option was to create lazy-loading functionality, that was supported directly by the browser. It also makes sure that the loading of images and iframes still works even when the client disabled JavaScript.

The new feature offers:

  • Chrome can load images at different priorities depending on where they’re located.
  • You can use the loading attribute for loading of offscreen images and iframes.
  • You can view all images and iframes without scrolling.
  • The width and height of iframes are 4 px or smaller.
  • The iframe is off-screen because of use of negative X or Y positioning 

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