Building performant and re-engaging web apps with Service Worker : Build 2018

Learn about the building blocks of creating an offline-enabled and re-engaging Progressive Web App: Service Worker, Push, Fetch, and Cache. We’ll cover each of these web features and how they provide performance benefits and help maintain functionality even under poor network conditions as well as how to bring users back via push notifications.

Build awesome media experiences on the web (Google I/O ’18)

This talk will show you how to build stunning media experiences on the web by offering practical advice on using Shaka Player to build best-in-class experiences; taking media offline; and working with Autoplay, Media Capabilities, PIP, and Media Sessions. It’ll also dive into AV1 – a state of the art video codec launched this year by the Alliance for Open Media that saves 30% bandwidth over VP9 and is open source and royalty free for anyone to use.

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Build the future of the web with modern JavaScript (Google I/O ’18)

This presentation gives an overview of cutting-edge JavaScript development techniques to build modern web and Node.js apps. Discover which features to expect in Chrome and Node.js soon, how the V8 engine optimizes for them, and how to improve real-world performance and stability on the Web and in Node.js.

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• Mathias Bynens Sathya Gunasekaran info:

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Building full-stack Node.js web apps with Visual Studio Code : Build 2018

Node.js is a scalable JavaScript server runtime with a huge ecosystem of open source packages and a variety of front-end frameworks to build web apps with, like Angular, React, and Vue. In this demo-packed session you’ll learn how Visual Studio Code, our open source, cross-platform editor, supercharges your productivity as we build a web app, including debugging front-end and server-side code and deploying.

Build the future of the web with WebAssembly and more (Google I/O ’18)

This talk will cover how to use the most advanced modern web technologies to build experiences that were never possible on the web before. WebAssembly is enabling the browsers to expose lower-level primitives that can be built on by developers to create performance demanding functionality, like real time media processing, without having to wait for it to be standardized and implemented. See some of the amazing experiences that have already been built and learn how to apply them to today.

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Build blazing fast web content sites with Firebase and AMP (Google I/O ’18)

Firebase provides a comprehensive set of tools for building all kinds of web applications. In this session, learn how you can leverage Firebase Hosting, Cloud Firestore, Cloud Storage, and Cloud Functions to build a world-class content site that loads incredibly fast from anywhere in the world.

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PWA starter kit: build fast, scalable, modern apps with Web Components (Google I/O ’18)

Web Components are encapsulated, re-usable elements using just the web platform. But these APIs don’t say much about how to turn components into fast and modern apps. Learn how Polymer has been honing methods for building apps out of Web Components by melding the best ideas from the community with new platform APIs. You’ll leave this talk understanding how using a few simple patterns like Redux to wire components together enables building highly scalable apps on the web like never before.

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How to Build and Customize a WordPress Website in HINDI | WordPress Beginner’s Step by Step Guide

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This video is the 7th part of my Web development series in which you will learn how you can use WordPress admin panel to customize your own WordPress website. How you can install theme in WordPress & install wordpress plugins in Hindi.

I’ve explained you each & every option which is inside WordPress admin panel wp-admin which can be used to build or develop your own powerful WordPress website.

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Build e-commerce sites for the modern web with AMP, PWA, and more (Google I/O ’18)

The modern web provides a wealth of APIs, but cool features don’t automatically translate to business success. In this session, you’ll follow a customer through their online shopping journey, from product discovery to checkout, and you’ll learn how to prioritize efforts to create sites that seamlessly integrate across devices and between online and bricks-and-mortar stores using AMP and the web platform.

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What’s new in Web Development with ASP.NET Core 2.1 : Build 2018

Let’s take a look at what’s new in ASP.NET Core 2.1! A number of improvements big and small are here, and we walk you through them in this demo-filled session. See how ASP.NET Core 2.1 brings improvements in building WebAPIs, Razor pages enhancements, a new HttpClientFactory and much, much more. We’ll also show you a sneak peak of Blazor, an experimental project we’re working on to bring C# directly to the browser via WebAssembly.