Web browsers take advantage of modern GPU and Hardware Acceleration on Mobile is here to give you a detailed information on how that happens. Previously, there is a write-up on Understanding Hardware Acceleration on Mobile Browsers but this talk is much more elaborate and self-explanatory. With regards to this, the official abstract added
GPU acceleration on mobile browsers, if it is leveraged correctly, can lead to a smooth and fluid applications, thus improving the user experience. There has been a lot of mentions and best practices of hardware acceleration these days, although so far it has been pretty general and hasn’t provided much technical direction apart from simple magical advice such as “use translate3d”. This talk sheds some more light on browser interactions with the GPU and explain what happens behind the scenes, covering the topic of acceleration of primitive drawing, the use of tiled backing store, and composited layer. Knowing the actual machinery behind hardware acceleration, you will be in the position to plan your strategy to improve the performance of your web application.
If by any means you pass through Austin and are interested in this talk, just drop by and enjoy yourself.
Update: The slides are now available HERE
Another update: The videos HERE
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