Introduction to Media Literacy
There's some great information here, but the overacting by the two speakers is super annoying.
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the way these presenters are talking reminds me of how people suck at practice presentations they make you do in job training
The acting makes me want to switch to IE….
A remotely relevant observation – my G+ app (native) uses 1GB+ phone storage and it only shows about 10-15 posts in my stream with no photos when I am in Airplane Mode. I always wonder why. 😉
Next generation mobile web (notes)=================
we will talk about 4 forces that are there now (or almost) // ended up talking about three. hmm.
– In the 90's is was easy to put yourself up on the web and both presenters made a niche-fansites when they were 12. So did you. – E-comerce is big. Lots of trillions of USD every year. Another reason why to love web.
Mobile was fundamental shift from desktop: – there are performance expectations (feeling responsive, 60fps smooth scrolling) – power limitations (battery holds limited amount of charge) – push notifications
Web is huge, strong, still growing – Every week many millions of people use Chrome Dev tools, this number is growing. – Web (can) has reach, performance, engagement:
– Browsers are everywhere – Web content is easilly reached (through links, even between websites and search) – Imagine Dragons: frictionlessly jumped through 7 websites during a shotr demo
– Average person uses 12 to 20 apps per Month – Average Chrome for Android user visits over 100 websites – 85% of US retailers mobile traffic (accounting for 90% revenue) is through web, not apps
– Clicking a link is a noncommiting and safe action (compared to installing an App)
– Page load time: good tools, good understanding – RAIL, be performant enough so that the user does not feel she is waiting – …. – this part actually worth watching, at 11:25 – QUICK, Service Worker, minimize time to first (partial) render – Chrome does a lot of things (slide at 14:15) to make pages faster – one example: prioritizing scrolling over everything else – Canary behind a flag: FIlm strip in Dev Tools, shows render progression while loading – automated assistants in Dev Tools, give helpful tips what to change
Native apps have access to Android/iOS APIs, like camera, storage, GPS locationWeb apps cannot, just clicking a link site should not allow it to – take photos, run background threads, – make background HTTP requests (say visiting embarassing site and they you transition from home to corporate network)
Solutions – progressive permission asking when the need arises
– Add to homescreen – reminds people to jump there when they have a little bit of time on their hands – site has to be offline-capable – appcache was declarative, sometimes hard to declare what you exatly need – service worker, imperative JS, client proxy between browser and server – this years IO app uses this – there is easy to use gulp plugin swprecache that caches all requests – one service worker can handle multiple tabs – service worker can run without a tab in front, reacting to – network events, other types of events, used for Push notifications – Chrome will allow requesting on pages the user engages with enough – question at the end: Do mobile users use homescreen? – answer, they do, we have numbers, we cannot give them to you now
– Push notifications – people open apps for a reason: in a response to notifications – Guardian, 40% article views from push notifications – don't make people refresh to engage – instead give people button to be notified to events on what they care about – shows on Android Wear as well – works on Chrome, other browsers generally onboard with this – progressively enhances UX (if available)
o man.. this presentation makes me cringe. why are they acting soo much?
I can't watch the rest of this. Head hurts from how awkward these two people are. 🙁
I especially liked the push notifications part. When I first heard about web-based push notifications, I wasn't sure what I could do with it. Now I'm excited to play around with them.
Arthur will see on June 5th, 1995 and Kazuki saw con June 7th, 1995 on NHK.
A most refreshing and awe inspiring double act talk from @Elisabeth Morant & @Alex Komoroske with perfect timing – learned loads from this, being entertained was the added bonus
So much cringe…
Is it mandatory to be condescending to work here?
this girl superanoingggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg
Wow you can click links in YouTube was totally unaware of this modern functionality.
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website can send push notifications to phone through chrome browser.. just click allow this site send msg..
So the chrome team is run by a couple of cheesy dialog clowns…
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