A FREE service that lets website owners get detailed web page load performance on various mobile devices. That means all the great info we got used to seeing from YSlow, WebPageTest and other tools – but on a phone. This includes load times, waterfall charts, detailed HAR files, video playback and more. Various mobile devices means real physical smartphones browsing the web page (not emulators).
Discusses myths of HTTPS caching, certificates, public IP addresses, performance,query strings, security.
BuiltWith Internet Technology Usage Statistics provides free information updated weekly regarding the most popular technology used on the web across all technology areas including analytics, advertising, frameworks and website widgets.
The most useful tools for mobile web are emulators and simulators. I’ve mixed all this information to create this ultimate guide to 35 download resources for hundreds of emulators and simulators.
Aims to provide the web community with the latest and best web development lectures and videos from conferences with the best web developers and designers.
A web site that connects design & development entrepreneurs. It exists to make creating apps easier by connecting you with like-minded designers & developers with the same goal: create cool & useful apps. Build It With Me will help you bootstrap your ideas into actual apps.
Web Performance Analysis can become quite challenging. Some tasks simply seem too complex to be achieved with any reasonable effort. This makes performance analysis look like rocket science. I’ve collected a set a tasks which may at first sight seem to be difficult to achieve, but at the end turn to be much simpler than initially expected and not rocket science at all.
The goal of this document is to aid the development of rich and dynamic mobile Web applications. It collects the most relevant engineering practices, promoting those that enable a better user experience and warning against those that are considered harmful.
How do you make websites mobile compatible? The answer is obvious: By testing them on all mobile phones. But, that’s a useless answer. It’s impossible to test your designs on every mobile phone out there. There are at least ten operating systems (OSs) and fifteen browsers that require consideration. Here's an overview as well as information on setting up a mobile test bed.
Every time an HTTP request is made or a response is returned, in addition to the main body content, there’s a string of Headers which contain meta-information about the HTTP packet. Some of this info is really important, but there’s also a lot of bloated waste. We’ll discuss some of these headers to help you identify which ones you can trim down to improve your website’s performance.