Tag: apps

Google Update, Mobile Friendly Boost & RankBrain Details

Google Update, Mobile Friendly Boost & RankBrain Details

https://www.SERoundtable.com/ – This week in search at the Search Engine Roundtable, we covered a possible Google update earlier in the week. We also reported that Google will be boosting the mobile friendly ranking signal in early May. Google is replacing the smartphone user agent with Android vs iPhone. Google warned bloggers not to do product…

How Progressive Web Apps works on Brave Browser

How Progressive Web Apps works on Brave Browser

Here’s a quick snippet video of know how Progressive Web Apps works on Brave Browser upon Android device. Read more to know the criteria Brave uses to decide if the site is a Progressive Web App and know how to test it at https://superpwa.com/doc/ Progressive Web Apps (PWA) is the latest web technology that helps…

Samsung Internet's Progressive Web App Commitment (Progressive Web App Summit 2016)

Samsung Internet's Progressive Web App Commitment (Progressive Web App Summit 2016)

The unassumingly named Samsung Internet browser has been making great strides this year. Statcounter data show it being the third most popular mobile browser in Europe and the USA. Samsung have a strong commitment to progressive web apps stemming from their leading participation in some of the key standards work. Daniel Appelquist & Jungkee Song…

Jon Maskrey – Progressive Web Apps: The best of both worlds – Rocket Conf' 2018

Jon Maskrey – Progressive Web Apps: The best of both worlds – Rocket Conf' 2018

Progressive web apps. They’re definitely progressive – but not just for apps. Find out how to let mobile users browse your site with no internet connection, send them instant notifications, and use their device’s native functionality to provide a better experience on your site. To look at Jon’s slides head over to: https://www.slideshare.net/secret/6pokx1VPjJgzcT Follow us…

Using Web Components to Build PWAs (Progressive Web App Summit 2016)

Using Web Components to Build PWAs (Progressive Web App Summit 2016)

Web components provide a standard way to create reusable components on the web. In this talk, we’ll discuss how to leverage these new features to build PWA, introduce the idea of “progressively enhanced markup”, and cover all the changes happening in Custom Elements and Shadow DOM API v1. Both landing in browsers later this year.…

My Flinternship Story – Yask Srivastava

My Flinternship Story – Yask Srivastava

My Flinternship Story: Meet Flintern Yask Srivastava from Bharati Vidyapeeth’s College of Engineering, New Delhi, who worked on migrating Flipkart mobile pages to accelerate mobile pages. Watch the video to know more about his Flinternship experience.

When should you use a PWA? – Progressive Web App Training

When should you use a PWA? – Progressive Web App Training

The hardest problem with software is distribution. App developers often spend more on distribution than they earn back. This problem is solved by the web platform, however web apps have historically been less capable than native apps. With the advent of PWAs, web apps have become just as capable as native, supporting features such as…

Doing a Perf Audit of your Polymer App (The Polymer Summit 2015)

Doing a Perf Audit of your Polymer App (The Polymer Summit 2015)

Performance is measured from the ground truth of the browser internals, and you’re operating a few levels up, with the DOM, framework code, and JavaScript sitting between your users finger and the resulting screen paints. In this session Paul Irish will show how the Chrome DevTools can help you understand where time is spent in…