W3C Web Performance APIs in Practice

Alois Reitbauer (Dynatrace)
11:00am–12:30pm Monday, 04/20/2015
Pure Code and JavaScript
Location: Salon 12/13/14/15
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Slides:   external link

THIS TUTORIAL HAS REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS LISTED BELOW

This session provides detailed insight into using the newly developed W3C web performance specifications from a developers perspective. We will discuss the key specifications like:

  • Navigation Timing
  • Resource Timing
  • User Timing
  • Beacon
  • Error Logging

The goal is to give attendees the tooling to solve everyday monitoring problems with modern standards and answer questions like:

  • Which images failed to load?
  • What are the most critical resources loaded on my page?
  • How many users access content from their local browser cache?

TUTORIAL REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR ATTENDEES

A good understanding of HTML and decent JavaScript skills.

I will provide a github repository with all examples. The attendees need to have a running node.js environment on their laptops

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Alois Reitbauer

Dynatrace

Alois is Chief Evangelist of ruxit. He is fanatic about monitoring, DevOps and application performance. He spent most of his professional career in building monitoring tools and speeding up applications. He is a regular conference speaker, blogger, book author and Sushi maniak

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Debra Greene
04/22/2015 2:55am PDT

Great thanks. Are the slides from your presentation in the repository?

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Alois Reitbauer
04/22/2015 2:32am PDT

Here is the link: https://github.com/AloisReitbauer/w3cinpractice

Debra Greene
04/22/2015 2:27am PDT

Could you please post the github link here? I arrived late and missed it. Thanks!

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Alois Reitbauer
04/20/2015 3:10am PDT

I won’t cover memory profiling but rather focus on current standards for performance regarding load times and custom timings.

Simon Tsvilik
04/19/2015 9:36am PDT

Is it possible to cover or review memory profiling as well?