Build Your App offline first: Jake Archibald of Google Chrome on The Big Web Show
IN EPISODE No. 95 of The Big Web Show (“everything web that matters”), I interview Jake Archibald of Google Chrome about upcoming web caching standards, how the network connection is merely a layer of progressive enhancement and why you should build your app offline, communicating with non-developers, accessibility standards at BBC and The Guardian, the forking of Webkit, and why the much-linked article “Why Mobile Web Apps are Slow” proves no such thing.
Jake Archibald is a Developer Advocate at Google working with the Chrome team to develop and promote web standards and developer tools. Prior to Google, Jake worked on lanyrd.com/mobile/, using modern web standards and good old hackery to work smoothly on ancient devices, while adding enhancements to newer devices such as offline support.
- Jake Archibald on Github
- Jake Archibald on Google Plus
- Jake Archibald
- Why Mobile Web Apps Are Slow
- Web Platform Daily
- Feedly RSS Reader
- Daily Nerd
- jQuery requstAnimationFrame
- Navigation Controller (Github)
- Application Cache is a Douchebag (A List Apart)
The Big Web Show will be on hiatus during August. See you in September!
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