Tag: Developers

Chrome Dev Summit Kick-off with Jake and Paul (Chrome Dev Summit 2016)

Chrome Dev Summit Kick-off with Jake and Paul (Chrome Dev Summit 2016)

The lovable rogues Jake Archibald and Paul Lewis kick off Chrome Dev Summit 2016 with an unexpected twist at the SF Jazz Center in San Francisco. Watch more recordings from Chrome Dev Summit ’16 at: https://goo.gl/TkgXYM Subscribe to the channel: https://www.youtube.com/chromedevelopers Music by Terra Monk: https://goo.gl/xolmTV

How AMP achieves its speed – Google I/O 2016

How AMP achieves its speed – Google I/O 2016

Malte Ubl on How AMP achieves its speed The Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) project’s primary goal is to make mobile web pages ridiculously fast, to the point where they appear to load instantly. Watch AMP engineering lead Malte Ubl dissect the anatomy of AMP and all of its performance insights and optimizations, to ultimately give…

Polymer and Progressive Web Apps: Building on the modern web – Google I/O 2016

Polymer and Progressive Web Apps: Building on the modern web – Google I/O 2016

Taylor Savage on Polymer and Progressive Web Apps: Building on the modern web The Polymer library, re-written from the ground up with its 1.0 release last year, helps you build composable, interoperable components to use in your web applications. We’ll go over the latest features of the library, show how to use some powerful newly-released…

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…

Great libraries and tools for great Progressive Web Apps – Google I/O 2016

Great libraries and tools for great Progressive Web Apps – Google I/O 2016

Mat Scales on Great libraries and tools for great Progressive Web Apps Progressive Web Apps should load fast, work great offline, and progressively enhance to a better experience in modern browsers. In this talk we walk through the tools and libraries that Google is creating to help developers create awesome experiences. Watch more Chrome talks…

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.…

Progressive Web Apps: What, Why and How? (GDD India '17)

Progressive Web Apps: What, Why and How? (GDD India '17)

In this video, Sam Dutton and Sarah Clark explain the what, why, and how of Progressive Web Apps, and work through code examples. Combining the best of both the web and apps, Progressive Web Apps load quickly (even on flaky networks), can re-engage with users by sending push notifications, have an icon on the home…

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…