Update calculator for Ciferblat
The task of this project was to improve the already available calculator. The original version had a lot of code that loaded the entire site and spent a lot of time processing elementary requests. Also, the big problem was the question of "lack of flexibility" for making improvements.
For convenience, the price data is stored in a spreadsheet format. Later they are displayed on the page, processed by the script in a form more acceptable to the client.
By the time the calculator update started, there were 3 different types of table levels: one row, two and several tables. Tables were different and almost everyone was a crutch solution. Therefore, first of all we abstracted and started with the development of logic, completely leaving the original version.
A new data-collection logic was developed, based on the tabular data format and data attributes, in which the auxiliary parameters are stored.
After loading the data into the scope of the script, it reads all the data into the object, all parameters into the array by the parameter (to output the options to the user).
The additional data that is in the data attributes is the triggers for the distribution in the tables.
The development and implementation of this universal solution significantly increased the speed of loading the page and made it easier to work.
Evidence of improvement was the data obtained with the help of the utility from Google - PageSpeed Insights. We determined that the evaluation indicators grew by 4-7 percent in the PC and mobile version.