The Google Chrome 75 browser, which will be released in May 2019, will receive support for lazy loading, thanks to which it will be able to save traffic. This was stated by the technical lead of the application development team Eddie Osmani.
The new feature will allow the browser to download not the entire web page as a whole, but only those parts of it that the user sees, while the rest will be downloaded as they scroll. This technology works especially effectively on sites with a large number of photos, saving in some cases up to 98% of traffic.
Users of the test build of Chrome Canary can already evaluate the features of lazy loading.