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This month we are delighted to have Jake Archibald joing us to give two talks relating to Progressive Web Apps.
The talks have been given previously at the Google Developers Progressive Web Apps day in London on 17th March, so if you missed them, or would just like to have a refresher, come along for what promises (did you spot the in joke there?) to be a great evening. Its fair to say that you might just hear about Service Workers and Streams…….
For some reason I am unable to control the order of the sessions listed for this event (enhancement request has been logged) so to clarify the running order is as follows
Session 1 : 45 mins : Instant loading offline-first progressive web apps
Session 2 : 30mins : Let’s talk about streams (and other cool new web things)
Beer & Pizzas will be provided due to the generosity of our Group Sponsors : Akamai, AppDynamics, Cedexis, Dynatrace, Dyn, The Financial Times, Google, NCC Group, Neustar, Cogeco PEER1, and SciVisum.
For June, and the very first event we are launching from our new website, we have Natasha Rooney from GSMA who is going to tell us all about TLS in the past present and future, and how what is happening in this area will help us all to deliver HTTPS everywhere.
Beer & Pizzas will be provided due to the generosity of our Group Sponsors : Akamai, AppDynamics, Cedexis, Dynatrace, Dyn, The Financial Times, Google, NCC Group, Neustar, PEER1, and SciVisum.
This month we have a great talk from Andrew Neilson who is currently head of PerfOps at Marks and Spencer and is responsible for performance across the breadth of the M&S.com business. The talk was first given at Velocity Europe last Autumn, and was extremely highly rated, but even if you attended that talk, Andrew promises an interesting update as things have moved on considerably in the last 6 months. This talk will demonstrate how a large business such as M&S can move from a standing start to having a performance culture. One not to miss.
You’re on a train to work and you open up the Guardian app on your phone. A tunnel surrounds you, but the app still works in very much the same way as it usually would—despite your lack of internet connection, you still get the full experience, only the content shown will be stale. If you tried the same for the Guardian website, however, it wouldn’t load at all. Native apps have long had the tools to deal with these situations, in order to deliver rich user experiences whatever the user’s situation may be. With service workers, the web is catching up. In this talk Olly will demonstrate how he built an offline page for theguardian.com, and discuss potential future use cases.