Published on July 11, 2018 by Chrome

First Input Delay (FID) measures the time that it takes for a web page to respond to the first user interaction with the page. As of July 2018, FID is available in the Chrome UX Report as an experimental metric. In this episode of The State of The Web, Rick talks about how to use FID to better understand the state of interactivity on specific origins and the web as a whole.

More info on FID → bit.ly/fid-docs
Start experimenting with FID in the Chrome UX Report → bit.ly/2N3dUOO

Watch more State of the Web episodes here → bit.ly/2JhAzsh

Subscribe to the Chrome Developers channel to catch a new episode of The State of the Web every other Wednesday → bit.ly/ChromeDevs1

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rakesh kumar
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rakesh kumar
8 days 3 hours ago

Awesome

Lord Harkon
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Lord Harkon
8 days 3 hours ago

I think it's great metric that might reduce the amount of sluggish apps online

Nicholas Maietta
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Nicholas Maietta
8 days 3 hours ago

Excellent topic. Most of the time I experience this is on News websites with literally hundreds of resources loading from literally many dozen different hostnames. So frustrating.

Oliver Quinn
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Oliver Quinn
8 days 7 hours ago

Thanks for adding this useful information.

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