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DevFest Kuala Lumpur

DevFest is a global community-driven tech conference, hosted by the Google Developer Groups (GDG) community.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

December 3, 2022

i18n.authors.jecelynyeen.title Jecelyn Yeen

Talk title

How browser automation works?

Details

If you have ever worked with browser automation, you know how overwhelming it can be. Why is browser automation hard? How can the browser vendors improve the fundamentals of browser automation? In this talk, Jecelyn will walk you through the current state of cross-browser automation, unfold how browser automation works behind the scenes, and share about the motivation of WebDriver BiDi – the upcoming browser automation protocol.

DevTools Testing
DevFest 2022 - Stockholm Sweden

DevFest is an annual decentralised tech conference hosted by Google Developer Groups across the globe.

Stockholm, Sweden

December 7, 2022

i18n.authors.maudnalpas.title Maud Nalpas

Talk title

The hithchiker's guide to web privacy

Details

In this talk, Maud will take you on a trip to improve both privacy and user experience on your site.

Privacy
An Event Apart San Francisco

An Event Apart San Francisco is a three-day conference with an intense focus on digital design, UX, content, code, and more, giving you deep insights into where we are now and where things are going next.

San Francisco, USA

December 12, 2022

i18n.authors.rachelandrew.title Rachel Andrew

Talk title

When New CSS Features Collide: Possibility and Complexity at the Intersections

Details

We finally got a proper layout system for the web, and each browser release seems to bring with it another new feature that promises more creative, performant, or intuitive CSS. Each new feature is exciting on its own, but where it gets really interesting is when we combine these things. In this talk Rachel Andrew will walk you through a recent history of CSS layout, demonstrating how thinking has evolved, and new features have become possible because of earlier decisions. You'll discover the possibilities, and the complexity that lies at the intersections. Leave this talk with a deeper understanding of how CSS layout works, the inspiration to try combining different features, and a little peek at what might be around the corner.

CSS Web UI
Wey Wey Web

In this two day event, you will be able to check the pulse of the latest trends with regards to Web Technologies.

Málaga, Spain

December 15, 2022

i18n.authors.rachelandrew.title Rachel Andrew

Talk title

What's new in responsive design.

Details

The latest CSS features landing in our browsers promise a revolution for responsive design. With container queries, we can look at the size of a component and adapt layout accordingly, perhaps using subgrid to allow those components to align to an overall grid. Media features allow us to work out how a user is interacting with our app, and the preferences they have set around things like motion. In this talk, Rachel Andrew will take a look at what is available right now across browsers, and what is just around the corner. She’ll also dive into plenty of information about browser support to help you adopt new things with confidence.

Biznaga DevFest

One of the largest technology events in Spain where innovation and human talent are combined.

Málaga, Spain

December 17, 2022

i18n.authors.jecelynyeen.title Jecelyn Yeen

Talk title

Optimizing Interaction to Next Paint

Details

Did you know that 90% of time spent on most web pages is after page load? In this span of time, users are interacting with your website through a series of interactions such as clicks, taps, and keyboard inputs. The slower your website responds to those interactions, the more likely your users will have a negative user experience. At Google, we've invested significant time in developing metrics to assess page responsiveness. The first was First Input Delay (FID), which is a load responsiveness metric that measures the input delay of the first interaction. However, we discovered that we needed a new metric that samples more than just the first interaction—and more than that interaction's input delay. To comprehensively assess overall page responsiveness, we've created the Interaction to Next Paint (INP) metric. INP samples all page interactions, and more than the input delay. In this talk, you’ll learn how INP works, why it matters, how to measure it, and how to improve it.

Web Performance
Web Directions Summit 2022

A conference covering the entire digital team–featuring product, design, front-end engineering, and more.

Sydney, Australia

December 1, 2022

i18n.authors.pjmclachlan.title Penny McLachlan

Talk title

The future of apps on the web

Details

Technical & business decision makers & product leads will get a quick recap of app history on the web platform, where we stand today and where we're going. Emphasis will be on recent and upcoming changes to how apps running in the browser can be discovered by users, how they are presented to users and on new capabilities that is making complex flow control in web apps possible for a new generation of powerful applications powered by the browser and running standalone or in a tab.

Performance CSS Web UI Advanced Apps and Project Fugu Web Developer Tools
i18n.authors.bramus.title Bramus

Talk title

CSS Architecture with Layers, Scope, and Nesting

CSS Web UI
i18n.authors.alexandrawhite.title Alexandra White

Talk title

Technically speaking: Improve your code with documentation

Details

Well-written instructions, informative code comments, thoughtful READMEs, and content strategy can take complex code and make it accessible to all developers. Documentation is the key to teaching the next generation of developers, passing work to successors, and helping developers better understand their own work.

Documentation
i18n.authors.thomassteiner.title Thomas Steiner

Talk title

Building amazing apps with Project Fugu APIs

Performance CSS Web UI Advanced Apps and Project Fugu Web Developer Tools
i18n.authors.rachelandrew.title Rachel Andrew

Talk title

When new CSS features collide: possibility and complexity at the intersections

Details

We finally got a proper layout system for the web, and each browser release seems to bring with it another new feature that promises more creative, performant, or intuitive CSS. Each new feature is exciting on its own, but where it gets really interesting is when we combine these things. In this talk I'll walk you through a recent history of CSS layout, demonstrating how thinking has evolved, and new features have become possible because of earlier decisions. You’ll discover the possibilities, and the complexity that lies at the intersections. Leave this talk with a deeper understanding of how CSS layout works, the inspiration to try combining different features, and a little peek at what might be around the corner.

CSS Web UI Interop
SydCSS

SydCSS happens the night before Web Directions Summit and will have speakers from the conference and share the latest on web development.

Sydney, Australia

November 30, 2022

i18n.authors.rachelandrew.title Rachel Andrew

Talk title

New in CSS in 2022

Details

In this talk Rachel will give a rundown of all the new things that have come to CSS during 2022, plus those things that have become available to us across all three engines due to the Interop 2022 initiative.

DevFest Singapore

DevFest is a global community-driven tech conference, hosted by the Google Developer Groups (GDG) community.

Singapore

November 26, 2022

i18n.authors.jecelynyeen.title Jecelyn Yeen

Talk title

How browser automation works?

Details

If you have ever worked with browser automation, you know how overwhelming it can be. Why is browser automation hard? How can the browser vendors improve the fundamentals of browser automation? In this talk, Jecelyn will walk you through the current state of cross-browser automation, unfold how browser automation works behind the scenes, and share about the motivation of WebDriver BiDi – the upcoming browser automation protocol.

DevTools Testing
jsconf.js

jsconf.jp is a JavaScript festival in Japan powered by Japan Node.js Association. This is the 3rd event of jsconf in Japan, aiming to become a bridge between Japanese and international web developers.

Virtual, Japan

November 26, 2022

i18n.authors.agektmr.title Eiji Kitamura

Talk title

Passkey and how it works on Google ecosystem

Details

This talk goes through the basics of passkeys, why what and how. Then introduces how Google approaches passkeys in Android and Chrome.

Identity WebAuthn Passkeys
Modern Frontends Live

Modern web, web apps, apps & the frameworks, libraries, browsers, tools, platforms, databases, APIs and everything else that powers them up behind the scenes.

London, UK

November 17, 2022

i18n.authors.thomassteiner.title Thomas Steiner

Talk title

Fugu APIs at the example of the SVGcode app

Advanced Apps and Project Fugu
i18n.authors.jheyy.title Jhey Tompkins

Talk title

Supercharge your skills with Creative Coding

CSS Web UI
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