Our website is very heavy with .png images today. We used next.js to convert these images to webp format and it gave us a hefty savings in speed. Problem is that we have more images coming to revise the site and they are mainly svg. Even when run through an svg optimizer they are too large to please google lighthouse and converting them to webp gives me blur which the team has found unacceptable.
I have been looking at CDN’s as a solution here. There are CDN’s that automatically optimize your svg’s into 3 or 4 sizes for device type which allows you to set image height and width so google lighthouse stays happy with you.
Anyone have CDN’s they love, that gained them speed enhancements?
Anyone have advice outside of the CDN path I am on now?
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