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Unlike tags, browsers do content. Generally preloaders only preload

The usage of either the tag or the parser function is a matter of preference most of the time, but if you want to include a BoilerRoomBox as a parameter to a template, you&aposll need to use one of the two parser functions. The interactions between the tag form and the parser function may also differ with the tags and parser functions of other extensions, and this is why both forms are included.

The problem with this mechanism is that users must wait for the browser to discover and retrieve critical assets until after an HTML document has been downloaded. This delays rendering and increases load times.However the big pitfall of these techniques is that they be cached outside of the page they are embedded in and, if the same code is used in more than one page, we end up with duplicated code in our pages.

The Chrome Timeline records page interactions a lot like a VCR. You can click the little circular icon (the record button) at any time to turn on Timeline recording, and then click it again to stop recording. If the Timeline is open during a refresh, it will automatically record until the page has loaded. Full HTTP/2 support for Ruby web frameworks is a long way off - but that doesn&apost mean you can&apost benefit from HTTP/2 today!

Just as with normal images, we access other canvas elements using either the or method. Be sure you&aposve drawn something to the source canvas before using it in your target canvas.The second variant of the method adds two new parameters and lets us place scaled images on the canvas.

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