I think so. I surely do, and I believe it is one of the easiest way to:
In case you haven’t googled it already, PageSpeed Insights is an online tool published by Google that measures the performance of a page for both mobile and desktop devices. A peculiar aspect is that, instead of hitting you with metrics and figures, PageSpeed Insights yields out a score from 0 to 100 and a series of actionable suggestions on how you can improve things.
What I like the most about it, is the fact that it only considers the network-independent aspects of page performance. This way, everything it shows you is in your power to change, and you can take action upon them immediately!
In my experience, it is a great tool to keep yourself in check and to be 100% sure that you haven’t forgotten anything of importance. For instance:
It even warns you if your server response time gets beyond the recommended 200ms!
Don’t be mistaken, though. PageSpeed Insights is in no way useful to identify the cause of particular issues, or to have detailed information. It still has its place in my workflow, and it regularly gets me!
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