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Most mobile apps waste power because they do not manage the processor, cellular radio and Wi-Fi network properly. Excess power consumption can lead to bad reviews and poor ratings. This session will teach you how to determine whether your app consumes too much power. You'll also learn how to resolve the most common power-related problems.
Make sure to watch the video that goes along with these slides. You can view it here: https://www.parleys.com/tutorial/how-lower-power-consumption-your-app-without-affecting-performance
• Why mobile power consumption has increased so much
• What are the top 5 power-related problems?
• How to determine how much power your app consumes when it’s idle and active
• How do you know if an app consumes too much power?
• How to quickly test an app’s performance in 25 key areas
• How to pinpoint the causes of power spikes in your code
• Why it's so important to manage the cellular radio effectively
• How to power and performance profile your app without leaving your IDE
• Using software to determine whether you are managing the cellular radio properly
• Best Practices for connectivity, performance and power measurement
• How much power can you save when your port code to run on a DSP?
• How to get early access to development smartphone and tablets with next generation mobile processors up to 6 months before they appear in commercial devices
• How to see where the power is going by measuring individual rails including CPU, GPU, display, memory, Wi-Fi, sensors and more
• An introduction to automated power testing and more.
About the Author
Rick is a senior product manager at Qualcomm. His team creates next-gen smartphones and tablets that are made available to software developers. He also manages Qualcomm’s power and performance profiling software.
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