The 2021 Web Almanac: HTTP Archive's annual state of the web report
Eric A. Meyer, Shuvam Manna, Nishu Goel, Alex Lakatos, Jono Alderson, Andrea Volpini, Eric Portis, Doug Sillars, Ingvar Stepanyan, Barry Pollard, Patrick Stox, Tomek Rudzki, Ian Lurie, Alex Tait, Scott Davis, Olu Niyi-Awosusi, Gary Wilhelm, Katriel Paige, Sia Karamalegos, Yana Dimova, Victor Le Pochat, Saptak Sengupta, Tom Van Goethem, Nurullah Demir, Jamie Indigo, Dave Smart, Ashley Berman Hale, Christian Liebel, Demian Renzulli, Alon Kochba, Tom Robertshaw, Artem Denysov, John Teague, Kevin Farrugia, Navaneeth Krishna, Lode Vandevenne, Moritz Firsching, Jyrki Alakuijala, Leonardo Zizzamia, Jessica Nicolet, Dominic Lovell
HTTP Archive, Dec 1, 2021 - Technology & Engineering - 775 pages
The Web Almanac is an annual research project by the web development community to better understand how the web is built and experienced. Industry experts and a team of peer reviewers and data analysts research the state of the web, one chapter at a time, focused in areas of web page composition, user experience, content publishing, and content delivery. The result is a richly detailed report brimming with insightful analysis written by subject matter experts built on a solid foundation of statistics aggregated over millions of top websites.
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