- Introducing Partytown: Run Third-Party Scripts From a Web Worker
- How Partytown's Sync Communication Works
- Partytown is now in Beta
A fun location for your third-party scripts to hang out
Partytown is a lazy-loaded library to help relocate resource intensive scripts into a web worker, and off of the main thread. Its goal is to help speed up sites by dedicating the main thread to your code, and offloading third-party scripts to a web worker.
The philosophy is that the main thread should be dedicated to your code, and any scripts that are not required to be in the critical path should be moved to a web worker. Main thread performance is, without question, more important than web worker thread performance. See the example page and test pages for some live demos.
- How Does It Work?
- Getting Started
- Forwarding Events and Triggers
- Proxying Requests
- Integrating Services
- Enabling Atomics
- Browser Support
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