The Weather ChannelThe Weather Company, an IBM Business, serves an average of 40 billion forecast requests every day, helping people plan their daily lives and make better decisions based on weather.
AlibabaAlibaba.com is the world’s largest online business-to-business (B2B) trading platform, serving 200+ countries and regions. After upgrading their site to a Progressive Web App (PWA), they saw a 76 percent increase in total conversions across browsers.
Rendering Text in WebVRWithin is a platform for storytelling in virtual reality and is available everywhere VR is. This includes the web. Leveraging WebVR, viewers are able to go to a website, click a link, and immediately watch Within’s films in immersive VR - including high end head-mounted displays. During the development process the team discovered rendering text is difficult in this new environment, and they created an example using shaders to make it a smoother process.
Matterport VR for WebVR
With WebVR, anyone can explore Matterport's library of over 300,000 VR Spaces with a WebVR-enabled browser. Tour everything from celebrity homes to museums, canyons, iconic architecture, and beyond.
Core Interactions in the WebVR LabThe PlayCanvas WebVR Lab is a living project from the PlayCanvas team. It represents the team's research into developing scalable and responsive WebVR applications for all devices. It elegantly scales from a Google Cardboard or a Daydream View headset to a desktop VR device. The project is continually updated with new experiments that implement core interactions like teleportation, grabbing, manipulating objects, user interface and controllers.
Bear 71 and WebVR
Smart Lock for AliExpressMost Indian users reach the Internet via 2G and 3G networks, so a fast user experience is essential. To decrease load times, Housing.com added Service Workers and streamlined their site to help consumers quickly find what they’re looking for. Users can continue browsing properties and reviewing previous searches, all while offline.
Land LinesLand Lines is an experiment that lets you explore Google Earth satellite images through gesture. Using a combination of machine learning, optimized algorithms,and graphics card power, the experiment is able to run efficiently on your phone's web browser without a need for backend servers. This is a look into our development process and the various approaches we tried leading us to the final result.
Carnival Cruise LineCarnival Cruise Line, one of the world’s largest leisure-travel companies, wanted to enhance how it re-engaged its customers. Working with Mobify, Carnival implemented push notifications for mobile web users on Android and for desktop users on Chrome. The new strategy delivered a 42% engagement rate from customers who receive notifications.
Smart Lock for the GuardianSince launching Smart Lock, the Guardian has seen a 44% increase in cross-platform signed-in users, compared to 10% the 35 weeks leading up to the launch
Housing.com increases conversions and lowers bounce rate by 40% with new PWA
Most Indian users reach the Internet via 2G and 3G networks, so a fast user experience is essential. To decrease load times, Housing.com added Service Workers and streamlined their site to help consumers quickly find what they’re looking for. Users can continue browsing properties and reviewing previous searches, all while offline. Read more
Measuring the Real-world Performance Impact of Service Workers
One of the most significant benefits of service workers (from a performance perspective, at least) is their ability to proactively control the caching of assets. A web application that can cache all of its necessary resources should load substantially faster for returning visitors. But what do these gains actually look like to real users? And how do you even measure this? Read more
The Washington Post
AMP helps the Washington Post increase returning users from mobile search by 23%!
"We are committed to improving speed across the board. If our site takes a long time to load, it doesn’t matter how great our journalism is, some people will leave the page before they see what’s there"
David Merrell, Senior Product Manager, The Washington Post Read more