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

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How to Kotlin – from the Lead Kotlin Language Designer (Google I/O ’18)

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

[MUSIC PLAYING] THOMAS NATTESTAD: Hello, everyone. Is everyone hearing me? Hey. AUDIENCE: Hey. [APPLAUSE] THOMAS NATTESTAD: My name is Thomas, and I’m the product manager for V8 and WebAssembly on Chrome. This is my second talk ever like this, but I’m really thinking it might also end up being my
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Build e-commerce sites for the modern web with AMP, PWA, and more (Google I/O ’18)

[MUSIC PLAYING] ADAM GREENBERG: Hi, everyone. Thank you for being here. We are excited to speak with you about how e-commerce sites can take advantage of some of the new, next generation web tools we’ve been working on at Google in order to build more effective web sites. My name
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Creating UX that “Just Feels Right” with Progressive Web Apps (Google I/O ’17)

[MUSIC PLAYING] OWEN CAMPBELL-MOORE: Hi, my name is Owen Campbell-Moore. I’m a product manager on the Chrome team, and I work to make sure that the web is the best platform that it can possibly be for both developers and users. And today I’m going to be talking about creating
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PWA starter kit: build fast, scalable, modern apps with Web Components (Google I/O ’18)

[MUSIC PLAYING] MONICA DINCULESCU: Hi, everyone. I’m Monica. I’m notwaldorf on Twitter, GitHub, internet places. And I work on the Polymer team. And if you’ve ever heard about Polymer or the Polymer team, we’re always excited about the web. We’re excited about DOM APIs. So I’m here to tell you
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Staying off the Rocks: Using Lighthouse to Build Seaworthy Progressive Web Apps (Google I/O ’17)

[MUSIC PLAYING] ERIC BIDELMAN: All right. Welcome, everybody. Thanks for sticking around during lunch time. We’re going to talk about some cool, cool stuff. Talk about Lighthouse and how you can build seaworthy progressive web apps for the web. [APPLAUSE] So my name is Eric Bidelman. This is Brendan Kenny.
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