Jake Archibald (twitter github blog) Jamison Dance (twitter github blog) Charles Max Wood (twitter github Teach Me To Code Rails Ramp Up)
01:14 - Jake Archibald Introduction
Works on Developer Relations on the Google Chrome Team
01:57 - The Application Cache
Eric Bidelman: A Beginner's Guide to Using the Application Cache - HTML5 Rocks Down Fall
07:12 - Working with Single Page Apps
08:40 - Detecting Connectivity
Express.js Yehuda Katz: Extend the Web Forward
15:42 - Running Offline
19:55 - Generating Manifest Files
Grunt Task for App Cache Manifests
26:34 - NavigationController
28:49 - Progressive Enhancement
Jake Archibald: Progressive enhancement is still Important 059 JSJ jQuery Mobile with Todd Parker 058 JSJ Building Accessible Websites with Brian Hogan Feature Detection Modernizr SEO
Arduino (Jamison) Draft (Jamison) RoboRally (Chuck) Adobe Audition CS6 (Chuck) Blue Microphones Yeti USB Microphone - Silver Edition (Chuck) async-generators (Jake) Rick Byers: DevTools just got a cool new feature in Chrome canary (Jake) johnny-five (Jamison)
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JAMISON: Hello friends.
CHUCK: I’m Charles Max Wood from DevChat.TV. And we have a special guest and that is Jake Archibald.
CHUCK: Jake, do you want to introduce yourself for the folks who haven’t heard of you before?
JAKE: Sure thing. I work on the Google Chrome team as part of DevRel. What I’m doing there is a combination of speaking at conferences about particular stuff. I got to do a lot in performance at the moment, but I also do a lot of standards work where I’ve done a lot with an alternative to application cache, which we’ll be talking about, but also looking at things like script loading and some of the resource priority stuff.
CHUCK: Cool. So it sounds like you’re smart on a number of levels then.
JAKE: Or dumb at all. [Chuckles] I can only see what I work on. I don’t know if I’m any good at it.[Chuckles]
CHUCK: So we brought you on to talk about the application cache. I’m not completely sure I know what is totally involved there. Is it just the cache like you clear the browser cache cache or is it something else?