Wednesday 30th November, 2011
5:00pm to 6:30pm
In 2009, 20% of people said they would leave after waiting 5 seconds for a mobile site to load. Today, that number is 74%. In spite of hardware limitations, network connectivity and latency issues, mobile users expect a fast, responsive mobile experience. It will be the sites that can provide their users the content they need quickly and efficiently that will be rewarded with user loyalty.
In this session, we'll identify some of the unique performance bottlenecks that mobile presents. We'll take a look at some of the tools for identifying those issues as well as how we can go about fixing them. We'll explore the latest in mobile performance tools and techniques in order to arm ourselves with the information we will need to give our users the faster experience they want.
A web developer living in Wisconsin. Author of Implementing Responsive Design (http://implementingresponsivedesign.com).
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