[MUSIC PLAYING] Thanks for sticking around, everybody. We’re going to talk about how to use Web Components to build Progressive Web applications and the notion of progressively enhancing your markup using custom elements. So this is me. It’s at @ebidel on Twitter and GitHub. I act crazy sometimes. I’m a
[MUSIC PLAYING] DAG-INGE AAS: Two years ago, we had a problem. SVEIN WILLASSEN: We were a small team of developers based in Norway. DAG-INGE AAS: And we wanted to be able to communicate with friends and family in other parts of the world. SVEIN WILLASSEN: But getting everyone to install
PAUL BAKAUS: Starting AMP from scratch is nice and all, but what if you already have a website? Here’s how you convert it to AMP HTML. [MUSIC PLAYING] If you want to convert your existing site to AMP, you should first get familiar with the fundamental differences in AMP. It
[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
[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.