Blog posts about the performance of different CMSs on mobile devices.
The main difference between these three CMSs is that one has an optimization policy that makes a lot of the data available to the user, and the other does not.
This article talks about which CMS is the most effective on mobile and which one is not.
I am not going to delve into details about which platform is the best CMS to use for mobile or what kind of optimization is needed, but we will try to cover the basics of CMS performance in general.
Before we start, we should note that we have already written about mobile optimization before.
In the previous article, I covered mobile optimization in detail.
Let’s get to know how CMS performance is impacted by performance optimization policies.
We need to understand the performance impact of mobile optimization policies to understand what we should be optimizing for.
First, let’s have a look at the main differences between CMS performance and mobile performance.
Mozilla Firefox has the highest performance among the CMSs, but Chrome has an advantage.
Chrome’s mobile performance is significantly higher than that of Firefox and Opera, which means that we can focus on improving the performance even further.
When you consider that the performance impacts of mobile browser optimizations are relatively small compared to the overall performance of the browser, there is no reason why you should go against the mobile optimizations.
Here is the performance data that we are going to use to determine which CMSs are the most efficient on mobile.