#webdev tip: do all of your browser testing in 2G. everyone wins.

@veer66 in the simulator. The point is to keep the code tight. @jalcine

@veer66 What is too tight? If your software/site flies on 2G; it'll be an amazing experience for those on 2G and highers. The lesson here is that to have a stellar experience, designing and testing in the most common (and usually overlooked) parameters can lead to great results. @mishari

@jalcine @mishari Too tight means testing on too slow network e.g. 2400 bps modem. This leads back to my first question. I will rephrase it. Where do people still use 2G?

@veer66 @mishari @jalcine

I do. 3G/4G isn't everywhere. Also, keeping on 2G saves a ton of battery
@veer66 @jalcine @mishari
Italy. Generally well covered except for some places in the countryside and obviously the mountains
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