Prateek Rungta


  • Joined Mar 2012

Ten years of Hasgeek

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Tech, Web, Mountains & Community. Moar Please!

I’m Prateek Rungta, co-founder of Miranj — a web design studio in New Delhi. I’m so happy that Hasgeek has finished 10 years, can’t believe it’s been that long! The first time I came across them was in 2010 when they were running the DocType HTML5 series. It’s quite fitting that we crossed paths in an event about HTML5 because thanks to Hasgeek, we went on to build quite a few exciting websites f… more
  • Submitted
  • 23 Dec 2020

Meta Refresh 2013

Design by Philosophy

To show how designers can evolve by basing their design decisions on the most basic forms of ideas — philosophies. more
  • Confirmed & scheduled
  • 14 Jan 2013
Section: Process Technical level: Beginner Session type: Lecture

ReactFoo Delhi

Page Loading Performance Strategies from the Field

Performance on the web isn’t a simple switch that can be flipped on but a vast, multi-layered subject. Page loading speed is one of the layers that has received a fair bit of attention recently thanks to tools like PageSpeed Insights and WebPageTest. While these profilers serve as great checklists to measure our sites against, their recommendations can often be difficult to incorporate or grasp f… more
  • Confirmed & scheduled
  • 30 Jun 2018
Section: Full talk Technical level: Intermediate

Bangalore Site Speed 6th Edition

Micro-caching in Nginx for High Performance

In the vast, multi-layered subject area of web performance, server response time is an important metric. From a CMS standpoint, however, it is one of the most significant. Best practise recommends a 200ms or lower time-to-first-byte. For medium to high-traffic sites, server load is another vital statistic. In this talk we’ll look at micro-caching as a performance strategy to handle loads of 10 to… more
  • Submitted
  • 16 Aug 2021

CSS loading and Critical CSS

Critical CSS for CMS-based Server Rendered Websites

A super fast website often involves inlining your critical CSS while lazy loading the non-critical CSS. You understand what that means, but you’ve got a CMS-based website with many templates and hundreds or more (server rendered) pages but no simple switch or plugin to “Turn on Critical CSS”. This talk will show you how to marry Critical CSS with a site like yours to produce webpages that load qu… more
  • Confirmed & scheduled
  • 02 Sep 2021