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Progressive Web Apps on Firebase – Google I/O 2016

Progressive Web Apps on Firebase – Google I/O 2016

Progressive Web Apps offer a first-class mobile experience for users, but can be daunting to approach the first time you build them. Luckily, Firebase offers a first-class development experience for building Progressive Web Apps! In this session, we take a Firebase-powered web application and turn it into an offline-ready, service-working, app-manifesting, production-ready Progressive Web App…

Building Beautiful, Interactive AMP Pages for E-Commerce & Beyond (Google I/O '17)

Building Beautiful, Interactive AMP Pages for E-Commerce & Beyond (Google I/O '17)

Adoption of the open source AMP project is taking off in a number of e-commerce verticals, which demand both a high degree of interactivity and engaging design. This session will share an array of tools and tips for building good-looking, strongly branded, responsive, and interactive pages in AMP. Watch more AMP talks at I/O ’17…

WomenTechmakers.com—A Progressive Web App Migration (Google I/O '17)

WomenTechmakers.com—A Progressive Web App Migration (Google I/O '17)

Journey along with Google employee Ewa Gasperowicz, as she walks you through the steps she and her team took to turn the existing WomenTechmakers.com site into a progressive web app. As part of that journey, Jeff Posnick will introduce a new set of service worker libraries that help power the offline-first, fast experience, and explain…

Use Lighthouse and Chrome UX Report to optimize web app performance (Google I/O '18)

Use Lighthouse and Chrome UX Report to optimize web app performance (Google I/O '18)

Google has many tools to help developers, product managers, and marketers optimize their web experience. This session will demystify performance metrics, explain what tools should be used for which usecase, and deep dive into the Lighthouse and Chrome User Experience Report tools. Rate this session by signing-in on the I/O website here → https://goo.gl/kNmz4b Take…

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…

The AMP Keynote (Google I/O '17)

The AMP Keynote (Google I/O '17)

It’s been over a year since the launch of Accelerated Mobile Pages. Now that we’re out of the honeymoon phase, it’s time to take a hard look at what worked and what didn’t. In this talk we’ll cover highs and lows from the perspective of the AMP Project, as well from the platforms and publishers,…

Angular 2 and Progressive Web Apps – Google I/O 2016

Angular 2 and Progressive Web Apps – Google I/O 2016

The Angular team has been investing in building tools and techniques that enable large teams to build robust applications that span desktop and mobile. Rob Wormald and Alex Rickabaugh cover the completely re-imagined Angular 2 framework, and the new tools that make it easy to build Progressive Web Apps. Watch more Firebase talks at I/O…

AMP's evolution beyond web pages (Google I/O '18)

AMP's evolution beyond web pages (Google I/O '18)

Users are finding content across all types of platforms and sites. Learn how AMP has evolved beyond just plain web pages and how its helping build great user experiences, beyond a developer’s own domain, to take advantage of the “post-destination” era. Rate this session by signing-in on the I/O website here → https://goo.gl/r5aCMJ Medium article…

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…