A Web Developer with an expertise in frontend technologies, and a passion for creating high-end, beautiful and performant web applications.
Created open-source tools that are used by engineers at Yahoo, Atlassian, Adobe, Kayak, etc.
In this talk, we'll see what problems we can fix (or better yet, avoid) by combining two things developers love: Chrome DevTools and automating repetitive tasks. To do this, we'll use a new capability introduced in Chrome 59: running Chrome in "Headless Mode". First off, we'll show the powers of each of these tools separately. We'll use DevTools to debug other platforms like node.js, and we'll use Chrome in Headless Mode to run tests, take screenshots, and to scrape sites for data. Then, we'll explore how by combining the two you can perform any DevTools action from code. Using this approach you can have DevTools work for you around-the-clock and monitor everything about your app (amount of unused CSS\JS, memory footprint, etc.). After attending this talk prepare to never say "Sorry I can't automate this" ever again.
|DevTools and Headless Chrome - The Automation Power-Couple||Render Conf||March 2018|
|DevTools and Headless Chrome - The Automation Power-Couple||Reversim Summit||October 2017|
|DevTools and Headless Chrome - The Automation Power-Couple||GDG DevFest Ukraine||October 2017|
|Master the Art of the AST||Full Stack Fest||September 2017|
|Master the Art of the AST||Codemotion Tel Aviv||March 2017|
|Flush your <head>! - an HTTP performance optimization tool||Reversim Summit||September 2016|
|What's new in ASP.NET Core 1.0||Israel Dot Net Developers User Group||April 2016|
|Measuring Web Performance – Is Your Site As Fast As You Think?||Front-End.IL||March 2015|
|Measuring Web Performance – Is Your Site As Fast As You Think?||ALT.NET Sessions Night||December 2014|