‘Mobile Web’ Videos

  • Jason Cohen: WordPress Leads the Charge in Mobile Web

    Jason Cohen: WordPress Leads the Charge in Mobile Web

    WordCamp US 2018Speaker: Jason Cohen

    December 29, 2018 — As we inch closer to a mobile-only world, enterprises are struggling to deliver mobile experiences that meet or exceed expectations. Finding a CMS that can integrate with existing technologies while meeting the increasing demands of the mobile web is not an easy task. Technology such as Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) and Progressive Web Apps (PWA) have emerged to improve the performance of web content on mobile devices, but the gains from those advances are not apparent in every CMS. While some are better than others, WordPress has emerged as the leader for the mobile web, specifically as demonstrated through AMP and PWA. This session provides a unique opportunity to learn more about the effects of AMP and PWA, based on the way different CMSs are harnessing these technologies to power digital experiences across the mobile web.

  • Steve Grunwell: Accelerating the Mobile Web with AMP

    Steve Grunwell: Accelerating the Mobile Web with AMP

    WordCamp Northeast Ohio 2016Speaker: Steve Grunwell

    June 20, 2016 — Mobile users are sick of heavy, bloated sites eating up their precious data plans. In response, the open-source Accelerated Mobile Page (AMP) Project was born. AMP promises a lean, near-instant mobile experience for users with minimal effort on the part of publishers. Come learn what AMP is all about, how you can implement it in your projects, and why it’s so much more than “just a mobile version of the web.”

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  • Dave Navarro Jr.: Advanced Plugins for the Mobile Web

    Dave Navarro Jr.: Advanced Plugins for the Mobile Web

    WordCamp Kansas City 2015Speaker: Dave Navarro Jr

    January 9, 2016 — Take charge of your mobile web experience. Dave will demonstrate several plugins to help webmasters create better mobile sites. Including mobile menus and custom content for mobile users.