A Christian Heilmann project called Dear Console…. There are 18 in there right now and they are all pretty neat.
I’ll re-post one (submitted by Pankaj Parashar) I thought was very interesting as I’ve never heard of the main API being used:
On this site:
Aside from my hand-authored theme CSS, all the rest of that is just WordPress add-ons that are essentially Developer Experience trade-offs. For instance, the next file down is the CSS that WordPress loads to support blocks. I want that there because it makes sure any block I pick is rendered largely as intended (columns, chosen colors and sizes, etc.) In a perfect world though, it would probably only load a subset of CSS of the blocks in use on that page. Or at least could be combined into the main theme stylesheet to reduce a request (assuming that still matters a smide).
I have some doubts I’m using any of those internationalization (i18n) resources, so those should probably just be removed. And the polyfill-related stuff is likely the same deal.
I used to use the WordPress plugin MinQueue to deal with this situation, but it hasn’t been touched in 9 years and that’s just a little too abandoned for me. What’s the modern MinQueue?
I think the Script Manager feature in the (premium) Perfmatters plugin does a similar thing?
Not exactly the same, but https://github.com/markjaquith/encute