You might enjoy impressive Internet speeds, but complex websites still require a ridiculous amount of time to load. A team from MIT worked on a technique that could help reduce that time by 34%.
Polaris could eliminate this unnecessary steps. MIT’s code would log all dependancies and inter-dependancies in the same time. Before revealing their accomplishment, the team tested thetheory on a range of sites (200) including weather.com and wikipedia.org. The results were more than good – Polaris loaded the sites 34% faster than our normal browsers do.