Build resilient systems at scale
28–30 October 2015 • Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Extreme web performance for mobile devices

Maximiliano Firtman (ITMaster Professional Training)
16:00–17:30 Wednesday, 28/10/2015
Tutorial
Location: G102/103
Average rating: ****.
(4.17, 48 ratings)
Slides:   external link

Prerequisite Knowledge

Web design or development experience

Materials or downloads needed in advance

Latest version of Chrome and a USB cable for phones.

Description

During the first practical section of this tutorial we will look at the main techniques and tools available today, using real mobile devices on stage, covering:

  • Remote inspector tools
  • Traffic analyzers and bandwidth simulators
  • Profiling tools
  • When (not) to use emulators and simulators
  • Tracking with the Web Navigation Timing API

Finally, we will see examples of techniques that are harming performance on the mobile web, and tips to achieve extreme web performance, including the use of HTTP/2, how to use high performant webviews, and the latest techniques to work with the illusion of performance.

You will be able to test live, on your own mobile device, the most common performance issues on mobile websites, webapps, and hybrid apps.

After this tutorial you will see the full picture of mobile engines today, how to measure performance on them, and best practices to deliver the fastest experience on mobile browsers and webapp platforms.

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Maximiliano Firtman

ITMaster Professional Training

Max Firtman is a mobile and web developer, trainer, speaker, and writer. Max teaches mobile HTML5 and performance trainings for top companies around the world. The founder of IT-training company ITMaster, Max is a well-known professional in the mobile web community. He blogs about mobile web platforms on Mobilexweb.com, keeps compatibility tables updated at Mobilehtml5.org, and has written many books, including Programming the Mobile Web (available in a second edition) and the recent High Performance Mobile Web, published by O’Reilly Media. He is a frequent speaker at conferences, including QCon, Mobilism, OSCON, Velocity, Fluent, Google Developer Day, JSConf, GOTO, AdobeCamp, and many other events around the world. Max has been widely recognized for his work in the mobile web community. He is an Adobe Community Professional, Microsoft IE User Agent, Nokia Developer Champion, and BlackBerry Elite, among other distinctions.

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Osvaldo Callegari
28/10/2015 17:24 CET

Excellent professional and a great entrepreneur im glad that this dictating this webminar

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Maximiliano Firtman
28/10/2015 16:04 CET

For everyone attending this afternoon; here you have the presentation, links and other stuff that we will cover: http://firtman.github.io/velocity/

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Maximiliano Firtman
21/10/2015 19:59 CEST

@Markus; your phone will work for most of the workshop so don’t worry. The Ubuntu Browser is based on Chromium so most of the stuff will be similar to Chrome on Android in terms of performance. See you there!

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Markus Keuter
21/10/2015 15:18 CEST

So any phone in my case will be a BQ Ubuntu Touch phone, as this is my current phone. Please advise if a different OS is better, for this tutorial, then I can bring a tablet if needed.

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Maximiliano Firtman
21/10/2015 12:28 CEST

Hi Peter Paul, Any phone will work for the workshop. You will be able to test and try live the issues and solutions. If you are on iOS, try to update it to iOS 9. See you next week!

Peter Paul Bakker
21/10/2015 12:26 CEST

Hi,

will any phone do (iphone/android)?

Cheers,
Peter Paul