Google Search or Google Search began to use a new feature: It's called the Service Worker and caches repeat searches to load the results twice as fast.
The announcement new feature this week was made by Dion Almaer, Google's director of engineering, and Ben Galbraith, senior Google product manager at Pluralsight Live in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Galbraith and Dion spent most of their time talking about modern technologies and web tools such as AMP, Service Worker and WebAssembly. Some of these are already known, but the Google Search Service Worker, an API for running scripts in the background of the browser, was new.
"The mission of Google Search is to give you relevant results as soon as possible," Almaer said at the scene. "So we invested in the development of Service Worker that will give you results twice as fast."
Initially, Service Worker is only used in Chrome for Android, especially from the 62 version and above (we are already in the Chrome 68 version). Therefore, only users of Chrome for Android can see a difference in performance.
While other browsers add the required features, the Google Search team will extend the use of the Service Worker.