Google PageSpeed Insights is a great tool for developers to identify ways to make their websites faster and more mobile-friendly. I tend to check the our websites with PageSpeed during development phase to identify issues early on which can impact the performance of our AEM websites.
Out of curiosity, I checked the PageSpeed scores of other AEM/CQ implementation that I am aware of and compiled the list. The best performing AEM sites list below is based on PageSpeed score only.
PageSpeed Insights analyses and measures the performance of a web page for mobile and desktop devices by fetching the url twice, once with a mobile user-agent, and once with a desktop-user agent. Based on the analyses it assigns a score which ranges from 0 to 100 points. A higher score is better and a score of 85 or above indicates that the page is performing well.
Here are the Page Speed scores of the sites running on AEM/CQ:
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These score are not permanent as Google continually add new rules to improve the analysis. Score will also change as companies pushes updates to their websites.
Do you know any other public website running on AEM/CQ5? Please submit it using the comments section and I will update the table.
http://WWW.loblaws.com, Hyatt.com, HD.com, pc.com, zehrs.com,ihg.com
Thanks Sagar. I will add these website to the list soon. Thanks.
What do you make of the fact that only one of them gets an “85”?
@Sagar – I have added Loblaws to the list. HD.com is a parked domain, zehrs.com is on .NET and I couldn’t verify rest of them are running on AEM. Thanks for submitting the sites.
@Brian and Jim – I have added the sites to the lists. Thanks for visiting my blog.
How about http://www.uniqlo.com
motel6.com , kelloggs.com , lq.com ,fordmedia.com…
corning.com is a new AEM site that launched in June 2015.
@Darrin, @Sujit, @Purendra, @Greenchic – I have added the sites to the list. Thanks for submitting the sites and visiting my blog.
Dunkin donots website is also based on AEM 🙂
Thanks & regards,
AEM CQ5 Tutorials
I think this is the slowest but coolest website built with AEM