See: https://googlechrome.github.io/samples/app-install-banner/related-applications/index.html and http://updates.html5rocks.com/2015/03/increasing-engagement-with-app-install-banners-in-chrome-for-android
Today’s a big day for design here at Google—along with the new google.com/design, we’ve got a lot more tools and content to share.
For starters, we’re updating the material design guidelines today (google.com/design/spec), with a focus on guidance for larger screens. We heard loud and clear from designers across the community that the guidelines for tablet and desktop sizes left a lot of open questions, so we’re providing additional recommendations for these sizes with this update. But that’s not all—the list of updates includes:
• Adaptive UI: a new section on layout and navigation for large screens.
• Navigation: a new section with suggestions for different levels of navigation.
• FAB expansion: additional examples of FAB expansion animations.
• Launch screens: a new section on displaying app branding and placeholder content when launching an app.
• Empty states: a new section on treatment for empty collections and other empty states.
For the full breakdown of what’s been added and updated, check out the What’s New section in the spec:
The team has been working on addressing this; here are some cases that have recently been improved on trunk:
Before: Renderers for background tabs had the same priority as for foreground tabs.
Now: Renderers for background tabs get a lower priority, reducing idle wakeups on various perf test, in some cases by significant amounts (e.g. 50% on one test).
Before: On a Google search results page, using Safari's user agent to get the same content that Safari would, Chrome incurs ~390 wakes over 30s and 0.3% CPU usage vs. Safari’s 120 wakes over 30s and 0.1% CPU usage.
Now: 66% reduction in both timer firings and CPU use. Chrome is now incurring ~120 wakes over 30s and 0.1% CPU use, on par with Safari.
Before: On capitalone.com, Chromium incurs ~1010 wakeups over 30s vs. Safari's ~490 wakes.
Now: ~30% reduction in timer firings. Chrome is now incurring ~721 wakeups over 30s.
Before: On amazon.com, Chromium incurs 768 wakups over 30s and consumes ~0.7% CPU vs. Safari's 312 wakes over 30s and ~0.1% CPU.
Now: ~59% reduction in timer firings and ~70% reduction in CPU use. Chrome is now incurring ~316 wakeups over 30s, and 0.2% CPU use, on par with Safari at 312 wakes, and 0.1% CPU use.
The Chrome team has no intention of sitting idly by (pun intended) when our users are suffering. You should expect us to continually improve in this area.
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