Learn the nuts and bolts of hitting that 1000 millisecond "time to glass" target.
What does it take to build a mobile website which renders in less than 1000 milliseconds? A lot of very careful engineering! In this talk we’ll dissect the problem bottom up: from the limitations and real-world performance of our mobile networks, up through how the browser renders the page, and finally how you construct the page to either help or hinder the browser to do its job.
With concrete numbers in hand, we’ll then take a look at some possible techniques and best practices to deliver the “1000 millisecond” experience.
Ilya Grigorik (@igrigorik | G+) is a web performance engineer and developer advocate on the Make The Web Fast team at Google, where he spends his days and nights on making the web fast and driving adoption of performance best practices.
Special Belgian ale tasting provided by Healthy Spirits!
5:30p Doors Open
6:00p Mingle, enjoy appetizers, and sample Belgian ales
6:25p Welcome notes and Introduction
6:30p Ilya's Presentation
7:15p Break and lightning talks* (and more tasting!)
7:30p Special demonstration and book signing party**
8:15p Prize Giveaways***
* If you are interested in doing a lightning talk, send the organizers your proposal.
** The book signing is for the recently published The Definitive Guide to HTML5 WebSocket, to which Ilya wrote the Foreword. Meet the authors (Frank Salim, Vanessa Wang, and Peter Moskovits) in person and buy a signed copy of their book. Bring your copy of the book to be signed, or cash to buy a copy of the book at the venue.
*** You must be at the venue to qualify for prizes.
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