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Today’s internet users browse from all kinds of devices.
That could be great news for your business, but only if your website is well equipped for the multi-screen consumer.
Google wants you to make mobile-friendliness a development priority – it is, after all, a significant ranking signal.
Are you still struggling to reach every screen and offer your visitors a seamless experience?
AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) project is an open source framework spearheaded by Google, that focuses on making pages load instantly on mobile devices. The AMP source code is available on Github.
The idea arose from the increasing number of users browsing the internet on a mobile device. We can compare this project to Facebook Instant Articles, but the good thing is that AMP is for the entire web, not only inside an application.
Chrome push notifications are one of the newer features added into Chrome browser. They are used to show notifications outside the web page context even if the user is not browsing the page he subscribed to.
Before we continue, make sure that you use https or implement the code on localhost because service workers require secure origins to ensure that the service worker script is from the intended origin and hasn’t come about from a man-in-the-middle attack.
Using responsive web design to adjust websites to mobile devices is a popular topic in latest years, but mobile navigation is not only about pretty layouts. Sometimes the site may be too resource-intensive, and that does not create an acceptable user experience, because speed comes into play and mobile speed optimization is crucial. So how can we speed up websites for mobile?
In this web development tutorial I will give you a few neccesary steps for uploading large files to an Amazon account using Zend Framework 1.
Note: If you want to use Amazon S3 for storing large filses, first you have to create an Amazon S3 account here. Please take note that the Amazon S3 is not a free service.