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[V8 team proposal] Making sure that a new Chrome version does not break your website #7

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mathiasbynens opened this issue Oct 6, 2017 · 4 comments
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@mathiasbynens mathiasbynens commented Oct 6, 2017

Session Title:
Making sure that a new Chrome version does not break your website

Session Abstract:

This session describes on how to test your web application in advance in order to find out if future Chrome releases might "break" your web application. The earlier you discover problems, the higher the chance for Chrome and/or you to fix them without impacting your revenue stream.

Approximate Duration:
15–30 minutes

Your Name:
V8 team

Your Twitter handle:
v8js

Requirements:
[x] No
[ ] Yes => Please share what do you need.

Complexity:
[ ] Advanced
[ ] Intermediate
[x] Beginner

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@mathiasbynens mathiasbynens commented Oct 11, 2017

Possibly in collab with @zoepage!

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@littledan littledan commented Oct 12, 2017

The group could also talk about what Chrome does to try to not break your web page, and how you can help Chrome to not break your page (not sure if this is interesting for people though).

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@natorion natorion commented Oct 12, 2017

@littledan that was the idea.

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@littledan littledan commented Oct 12, 2017

Oh I see, I misinterpreted it to be about how website owners can fix their site for new Chrome versions. Sounds great!

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