content-visiblity: auto; vs. jumpy scrollbars, a solution

As warned in content-visibility: the new CSS property that boosts your rendering performance you need to be careful with applying content-visibility: auto; on each and every element as the scrollbar might get jumpy. This is because elements will be rendered as they scroll into the viewport and will be hidden as they scroll out of …

Beyond Fast: Features to Improve the Performance of your Web Pages

Few tips by Jake Archibald — as presented at #ChromeDevSummit — on how you can use some of the new and upcoming web features to improve the performance of your page. Covered are the aforementioned content-visibility, Font metric override descriptors, the Back/Forward Cache, Portals, and Preloading