Tim Kadlec returns to the topic of how to make images on the web as performant as possible and looks at the technique called “Compressive Images” which is now not recommended for a bunch of reasons. Tim summarizes his point here:
By now the trade-off is pretty clear. Compressive images give us a reduced file size, but it greatly increases the memory footprint. Thanks to the standards that have been developed around responsive images, it’s a trade-off we no longer need to make.
If you’re interested in learning more then it’s hard not to recommend Jason Grigsby’s masterclass called Responsive Images 101, too.
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