Tag: chrome developers

Will removing “.html” from my URLs help my site? – SEO Snippets

Will removing “.html” from my URLs help my site? – SEO Snippets

In this episode of SEO Snippets, John Mueller gives you the quick answer on whether removing “.html” from your URLs actually helps your site. Let us know what you think in the comments below! Google Search Console → https://goo.gl/oiq4Xz Webmaster Help Forum → https://goo.gl/J35y5d Watch more episodes of SEO Snippets here → https://goo.gl/CBwYaV Want your…

Building a seamless web (Google I/O '18)

Building a seamless web (Google I/O '18)

Chrome is making it cheaper and more reliable to build quality user experiences on the web. Learn about the new APIs and development patterns coming to the web that help sites achieve great performance and user experiences by default, even with embedded content. Rate this session by signing-in on the I/O website here → https://goo.gl/Q6PUqt…

Why Build Progressive Web Apps: Track offline, or it didn't happen

Why Build Progressive Web Apps: Track offline, or it didn't happen

In this episode of “Why Build Progressive Web Apps”, Tom shows how you can add offline analytics tracking with the Workbox libraries to your PWA to track events while the user is offline. 🔧 Workbox offline analytics → https://bit.ly/2UjGGPi 📶 Offline airhorner demo → https://offline-analytics-test.glitch.me/ 📖 In-depth Workbox documentation → https://bit.ly/2ISYj79 🎬 All other episodes…

AMP Outreach (AMP Contributor Summit '18)

AMP Outreach (AMP Contributor Summit '18)

How does community management work? How do we establish critical feedback loops? What are all of the points where we involve developers? Learn more about this year’s conference → http://bit.ly/2yeDsn1 Visit the AMP Project → http://bit.ly/2RLAKNU AMP Contributor Summit ’18 playlist → http://bit.ly/2RHpdzn Subscribe to the AMP channel! → http://bit.ly/AMPchannel1 Presented by: Paul Bakaus and…

What makes a great AMP Sample? (AMP Contributor Summit '18)

What makes a great AMP Sample? (AMP Contributor Summit '18)

This talks is about how to best create samples for AMP. Why it’s a good idea to contribute samples together with a new AMP component, how it works and and what the best practices are. Hopefully, we’ll be able to give a sneak peak into how it’s going to work on amp.dev. Learn more about…

Desktop Progressive Web Apps: An Introduction

Desktop Progressive Web Apps: An Introduction

Progressive Web Apps provide an installable, app-like experience for desktop or mobile, and are built and delivered directly via the web. They’re fast, and reliably so; always loading and performing at the same speed, regardless of network connection. Users can easily install your PWA and once installed, a PWA integrates with the OS to behave…

Tips and Gotchas (AMP New Contributor Day '18)

Tips and Gotchas (AMP New Contributor Day '18)

Watch to hear tips and gotchas’s for GitHub, Git, AMP, Validation, IDEs, Chai/Mocha, and more! Learn more about this year’s conference → http://bit.ly/2yeDsn1 Visit the AMP Project → http://bit.ly/2RLAKNU AMP Contributor Summit ’18 playlist → http://bit.ly/2RHpdzn Subscribe to the AMP channel! → http://bit.ly/AMPchannel1 Presented by: Cathy Zhu

Architecting Web Apps – Lights, Camera, Action! (Chrome Dev Summit 2018)

Architecting Web Apps – Lights, Camera, Action! (Chrome Dev Summit 2018)

Architecting web apps continues to be challenging, whether it’s accounting for performance, the latest and greatest platform APIs, or simply trying to figure out what part of the app should do what! In this talk, we explore how you can architect apps for maximum flexibility, and to that end we’re going to reintroduce something that’s…