Google speeds up some searches by 2x with use of Service Worker and Chrome for Android
Venture Beat reports Google is currently accelerating some search inquiries by two-times by utilizing Service Workers, a content that your program keeps running out of sight. Google said this presently just deals with Chrome for Android running variant 62 or up.
Dion Almaer, Google executive of engineering, and Ben Galbraith, Google senior chief of item said a week ago at Pluralsight Live in Salt Lake City, Utah this was the "biggest arrangement of Service Worker likely out." They could get Service Worker to "give you results once in a while twice as quick" by reserving rehashed quests to serve to clients quicker.
"A considerable measure of it is to do with advancing the Service Worker pipeline, how rapidly would it be able to fire up and do its thing, organizing stack — low-level stuff," Almaer told VentureBeat. "Given how finely tuned Search is, there was only a ton of work with the group to truly streamline every one of those great approaches to give it a greater value for money."
Google has been always taking a shot at enhancing speed in seek, and also the web by and large – so it shouldn't astound anybody that Google searches for new and old approaches to change things in pursuit to make indexed lists and sites stack quicker.