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HTML5 Dev Conf 2015 - San Francisco

I attended the first day of the conference this year. I didn't take that much notes but here it is in case your interested:

Design and Performance by Steve Souders
- May be useful to do prototyping early instead of just getting mock ups from UX
- W3C Web timing specs
     Navigation Timing
          overall page metrics: performance.timing, now()
     Resource Timing
          individual HTTP requests
               performance.getEntries()
     User Timing
          performance.mark, performance.measure

- Example about image display time to load
     add performance.measure in two places and take the max(): one on the image unload attribute and the other one at the bottom of the page.


Michael Jackson - React Router dev contributor
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