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Through the huge technological progress the mobile industry made in recent years people's lives changed tremendously. This has a huge effect on the payments industry and makes the act of paying as seamless and frictionless as possible. In this keynote Tim is going to showcase some key technologies that are responsible for this change and will provide a prospect into upcoming standards and trends that will help pushing the boundaries even more.
Analytics requests getting lost, or need better and more careful handling? Error Logging and Beacon APIs will help. Wondering about the current network weather? Network Information API to the rescue. Need detailed resource and navigation performance stats? ResourceTiming and NavigationTiming APIs are keep getting better. Finally, wondering how to help the browser optimize your page loads? Resource Hints is a new spec in progress...
We'll take a quick tour of the latest perf-related specs, their use cases, and implementation status.
This technical presentation will show how easy it is to start accepting payments in your website or mobile app using the new Braintree SDK v.zero. From your first payment to your billionth with just a few lines of code.
Para una startup con recursos limitados, servir más de 50k peticiones por segundo presenta retos tecnológicos muy interesantes. En esta charla veremos algunos de los problemas a los que nos hemos enfrentado escalando nuestra plataforma a más de diez países, decenas de servidores, y varios miles de millones de peticiones al mes. Iremos de lo particular (trucos con node.js) a lo general (el zen de la escalabilidad).
Being offline sucks. It’s one of the biggest pains in our ever growing hyper-connected world.
The ideal scenario would be that web applications took care of this downside, but still the majority of application programmers doesn’t develop for the offline state.
In this talk, I will show you how to build applications with hood.ie, illustrating some of the framework’s most compelling features. I will point out why working without a backend is actually a great alternative and why we need to rethink established solutions in order to pave the way for a more offline-friendly future.
21st–22nd November 2014