Some notes from #FluentConf 2015

Had the chance to go to Fluent yesterday, and I found the experience wonderful. Thanks to Joshua Simmons for hooking me up with a ticket.

Steve Souders

  • Small Teams (Product + Design + Development)
  • Prototype Early
  • Measure performance from the start
  • Define performance budget
  • Budget like start render time
  • Surface data live on the page
    • We should really do something like this at WIRED
    • onLoad is a 1.0 metrics
  • Custom Metrics, define more important elements on the page
  • Javascript Forensics

Todd H Gardner — {Track:JS}

  • crossorigin=”anonymous” to allows cors error tacking
  • Third party errors
  • Cannon read property of undefined errors
  • Context “this” error
  • Place of origin, functional arguments
  • Loading “The Edge” Error, what happens when something doesn’t load?
  • Verify and fallback load scripts.
  • Crashing Browser
  • Leaky memory error, detached elements
  • for a three month demo

High Performance Web Socket — Wesley Hales

When you send a message over a WebSocket connections, you have to think about everything. Subprotocols, fallbacks, network…

You might not need a web socket article…

The idea: Facilitating live content and the create on real-time games.

High performance hurdles:

  • Server side connections
  • Networks and proies
  • Subprotocols
  • Time
  • Services vs. Frameworks
  • Use TLS. Of course.


Reactive, Composable UIs with React: One Year Later

  • How is that not slow?
  • Functional over OO

Was really running out of laptop battery here…

The accessibility talk here was amazing.

Author: Jake Spurlock

Jake is a geek, designer, HTML+CSS lover. Taker of photos, and sometimes skiing and biking... He spends his time day dreaming new WordPress themes and camping with the Boy Scouts. For some random posts, check out the link blog.

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