Every case-study, every report, and every bit of feedback always tells us the same thing: speed matters. It is good for users, it is good for accessibility, and it is good for business. But why are modern browsing experiences so slow? If technology is getting better, why are websites getting worse?
In this workshop, you will take an in-depth look at:
This workshop is targeted at intermediate to advanced front-end developers, web designers, and software engineers, or anybody who writes code. There will be resources and case studies for you to take back to non-technical stakeholders to help convince them of the power of performance.
Files necessary to run the workshop can be cloned from Harry's github repository (branch gh-pages).
Chrome, netem and Charles Proxy will be provided on the VirtualBox appliance distributed to all participants.
Harry is a consultant front-end architect from the UK who helps companies all over the world write and manage better quality UIs for their products and teams. He has worked with Google, UN, Etsy, Kickstarter, BBC, Unilever, Deloitte, and more. He is also a speaker and an author of CSS Guidelines.