- Performance reports of your site

Today Andrzej Maciurzyński @ajumac send me link to really nice tool to check good practices of websites from your backend. Testing within browser is great but you can't easily share result within a team or make it part of build or continuous integration process.

With using Phantom.js you can generate performance results of your page and publish it next to your site. This can be really useful to see if your last commit make something slower.

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