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Does configuring a SPOF in WebPagetest consider Javascript async feature?
12-04-2015, 05:33 AM
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RE: Does configuring a SPOF in WebPagetest consider Javascript async feature?
Hmm. I can't figure out why but all of the browsers seem to be blocking and as best as I can tell the async script is about as async as it gets (both by dynamically attaching the script element and by having the async=true bit set).

WebPageTest just runs the browsers as they would normally run and Chrome should be honoring the async attribute (and anyway treat it as async since it attached).

FWIW, it also reproduces in Firefox: http://www.webpagetest.org/result/151203...73248604c/

I tried using dev tools timelines to see in case maybe there was another script was using document.write or something ugly but it didn't look like that was the case.

As far as I can tell, it's a real issue and something related to how it is embedded in the page. Just can't tell why yet.
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RE: Does configuring a SPOF in WebPagetest consider Javascript async feature? - pmeenan - 12-04-2015 05:33 AM

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