Tag Archives: I/O

Google I/O 2013 – Optimize Web and Mobile Apps, Across Devices, Using Google Analytics

NICK MIHAILOVSKI: All right. How’s it going everybody? My name is Nick Mihailovski. I’m here with Andrew Wales and Pete Frisella. We’re on the Google Analytics developer relations team. Today we’re really excited to talk to you about cross-device optimization using Google Analytics. We changed the title last minute, so don’t worry, you guys are… Read More »

Staying off the Rocks: Using Lighthouse to Build Seaworthy Progressive Web Apps (Google I/O ’17)

The power of Headless Chrome and browser automation (Google I/O ’18)

[MUSIC PLAYING] ERIC BIDELMAN: My name is Eric Bidelman. I’m a web developer, but basically, I’m an engineer that works in the Chrome team, but I also work in developer relations, which means I help you guys, web developers, build kind of the latest, greatest web experiences, adopt new APIs, and lately I’ve been focused… Read More »

Stand Out on Google Search Using Structured Data and Search Analytics (Google I/O ’17)

[MUSIC PLAYING] ANDRE VALENTE: Good afternoon, everyone. Welcome to our session on stand out on Google Search with structured data and Search Analytics. My name is Andre Valente. I’m a technical program manager in Search. And this is Duncan Osborn, a product manager in Search. Thanks for joining us today. So the first thing I… Read More »

Deliver search-friendly JavaScript-powered websites (Google I/O ’18)

[MUSIC PLAYING] TOM GREENAWAY: Good morning, everyone. My name is Tom Greenaway, and I’m a partner developer advocate from Google Sydney with a focus on the indexability of progressive web applications. JOHN MUELLER: Hi, everyone. I’m John Mueller. I’m a webmaster trends analyst from Zurich in Switzerland. It’s great to see so many of you… Read More »