Over the past few years, technologies such as React and GraphQL have lifted front-end development to a new level. Never before have we seen web applications so rich and powerful, all running in the browser.
But with great power comes great responsibility. While it has become easier to develop rich interactions on the client, it is equally difficult to keep these interactions fast and performant.
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Closing JRACLOUD-68845 - Jira’s journey towards delightful web performanceThese are the areas I plan to touch on: Overview of Jira’s journey towards a modern, React-based tech stack: Timeline - where did we start, where are we now; from lipsticking, to an inside-out model, to an outside-in model. A primer on web performance at Atlassian: Vertical vs. horizontal scaling; TTR vs. TTI; P50, P90, APDEX. Server Side Rendering (SSR): How it works and why it works; the security implications of SSR; Atlassian’s patented SSR architecture. Single Page Application (SPA) architectures: Full page load vs. SPA transitions; the “network effect” of an SPA and its implications; how to integrate legacy experiences into a fundamentally modern SPA. Education and alignment: How can independent teams and engineers sustainably use a shared, limited resource such as the browser? Up next: What are the upcoming trends and technologies that Atlassian is looking into?