Present at OSCON on Practical Performance Tips to Make Your Cross Platform Mobile Apps Faster


OSCON 2016 is taking place in Austin, TX this year with over 4500 people attended.  The weather is perfect there. I presented Practical Performance Tips to Make Your Cross Platform Mobile Apps Faster session.  A lot of you are asking for slide deck so I posted it here.

Abstract

Apache Cordova is one of the most popular frameworks for cross-platform mobile development. Web developers can build apps for iOS, Android, and Windows based on the same frameworks they use for the Web by using a shared codebase. However, the methods for improving mobile app performance can be different from those web developers use for web apps.The talk outlines what impacts “native performance” and explains how the startup time, as well as the overhead of resume, memory, communication, and the Web, can all contribute to the performance of Cordova apps. To build Cordova apps that perform well, it’s important to understand how to avoid common pitfalls and how to use the technologies in the most efficient ways. Tools are introduced for performance tests and demonstrated on how to measure mobile app performance by using diagnostic tools for different platforms. Doris also shares practical tips for building faster Cordova apps by exploring Document Object Model (DOM) complexity, animation techniques, and memory management.

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