The CSS and GPU Cheatsheet

Colt McAnlis (Google)
Web Performance, Mission City Ballroom B1
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(4.46, 24 ratings)

Chrome implements fast, powerful webpage rendering by using the graphics hardware (GPU). But powerful GPU rendering introduces a new suite of issues that web developers need to understand. For example, how often is the texture cache invalidated? How can using translate-z cause GPU performance issues? How do hidden DIVs affect the GPU compositing process? Attendees will walk away with a clear understanding of the GPU compositor in Chrome and knowledge of how their design choices will impact a page’s performance on devices with GPU compositing.

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Colt McAnlis

Google

Colt McAnlis is a Developer Advocate at Google focusing on Chrome Games and Performance; Before that, he was a systems & graphics programmer in the games industry working at Blizzard, Microsoft, and Petroglyph. He’s a UDACITY course professor for HTML5 games, and also spent 4 years as an Adjunct Professor at SMU Guildhall’s school for game development. When he’s not working with developers, Colt spends his time preparing for an invasion of giant ants from outer space.

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