#webdev tip: do all of your browser testing in 2G. everyone wins.
1) There's no strong case against testing in low speed environments: it literally helps you improve speed times when testing code
2) This "request for evidence" is something you can handle as easily and in the same amount of time you've requested it over here: http://bfy.tw/LeDr
there's bursts of 4G when you're stood in a station, but otherwise you'll be happy to have 3G, and you'll be unhappy to have 2G cuz most things just don't work on it
and i don't know how much of this is due to TLS connection establishment
@veer66 @mishari @jalcine (btw you can do video and audio on crappy connections, you just gotta downsample by A Lot. but when I was stealing wifi for my dorm floor from two floors above, dammit I was thankful for finding 0.000001 bits per second online radio stations. lesson: scaling down can be as important as scaling up)
@veer66 what's happening exactly?
@mishari They are going to take a look to their potential users by themselves instead of imaging about the users at their office and searching for average something from search engines.
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