The “Optimal Image Format” for Each Browser

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Perhaps you’ve heard about the WebP image format? And how it’s a pretty good performance win, for the browsers that support it? Well that’s only for Blink-based browsers, at the moment. Estelle Weyl’s article Image Optimization explains the best image format for each browser:

Browser

Optimal image format

Chrome

WebP

IE 9+ / Edge

JPEG-XR

Opera

WebP

Safari

JPEG-2000

And you can serve these formats through the <picture><source type=””> syntax.
Couple that complexity with the complexity of responsive images, and it really seems like outsourcing image delivery to a dedicated service seems like the way to go. At least above a certain scale.

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Posted on December 24, 2016 in browser, css, drupal design,, Drupal Developer, drupal developer austin, Drupal Development, Drupal Support, Expert Drupal Development, performance, Safari, The, Web Design Services

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