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I’d like to thank Nick Retallack , who already did a great job summarizing a lot of these points on our Google Group . Many of his observations are included here. A bit of the origin story First of all, I should mention that Brian and I first met the Meteor team last November when we demoed an early version of Derby at the Keeping it Realtime Conference hosted by &yet . When we met, the Meteor team had already started on their framework, and the similarities were obvious. Our teams share a similar vision for a world where all applications are realtime and collaborative by default. Brian and I first discussed this vision with each other a year ago. The Holy Grail: server and client code sharing From Google Search, I learned that in order to have a responsive web app, it is critical to both render pages on the server and in the browser.
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Improving the Performance of your HTML5 App. Introduction HTML5 gives us great tools to enhance the visual appearance of web applications. This is especially true in the realm of animations. However, with this new power also come new challenges. Actually these challenges aren't really that new and it might sometimes make sense to ask your friendly desk neighbor, the Flash programmer, how she has overcome similar things in the past. Anyway, when you work in animation it becomes hugely important that users perceive these animations to be smooth. Getting Started - Dokeeno. Working with Binary Data using Typed Arrays - IEBlog. With HTML5 comes many APIs that push the envelope on user experiences involving media and real-time communications. These features often rely on binary file formats, like MP3 audio, PNG images, or MP4 video. The use of binary file formats is important to these features to reduce bandwidth requirements, deliver expected performance, and interoperate with existing file formats.
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