Two pages may finish loading at exactly the same time, but one page may appear to load faster (if it loads content incrementally rather than waiting all the way to display anything). The page may appear to load quickly, but then respond slowly (or not at all) to user interaction. So when talking about performance, it’s important to be precise and refer to performance in terms of objective criteria that can be measur quantitatively. These criteria are known as metrics. New-old User Experience orient performance metrics Traditional performance metrics like OnLoadOnReady or DOM Content Load focus on technical details that are easy to measure, but these no longer reflect what users care about.
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