Day 3 of Live Blogs from #io18 is here, our first live blog of the day is a session on how AMP has expanded beyond web pages
Day 2 of Google I/O 2018 begins with a session on what is new in Google Chrome's DevTools hosted by Paul Irish and Jason Miller
A session on accessibility options in Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality
a Google I/O 2018 Session on the state of modern web technologies.
For the second year in a row, Justia will be live blogging sessions at Google I/O 2018 next week. Take a look at some of the sessions we'll be live blogging and be sure to come back next week starting Tuesday, May 8, right here on Justia's Legal Marketing & Technology Blog.
Google I/O 2017 is winding up and so is our Live Blog coverage, but we have one more session to attend. Join us as we learn about how AMP can be used for more than just plain content #io17
Bright and early on Day 3 of Google I/O 2017 and I find myself in the second row of a session on HTTPS Everywhere. I've blogged about the HTTPS Everywhere initiative a few times before, but I was eager to see how Google thinks the movement to a more secure web is going.
Google has long evangelized the importance of increasing performance of your website, especially when it comes to mobile users. On the second day of Google I/O 2017, we live blogged a session about understanding the metrics you need to measure to understand what most affects users.
During the AMP Keynote on Day 1 of Google I/O 2017 we were presented with the concept of Progressive Web AMPs, the ability to combine Accelerated Mobile Pages with Progressive Web Apps. On Day 2 we were given a deep dive into the subject, and we were there to live blog it.
The Presence of the Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project at Google I/O 2017 is strong, kicking off with a special Keynote just for the AMP Project on the first day of the conference. As with several other sessions, we live blogged the AMP Keynote as it was happening.