Blog of applications efficiency

  • The fight of the week: RocketChat vs Slack

    The fight of the week: RocketChat vs Slack

    Today’s match will oppose two collaborative communication platforms for professional teams: RocketChat and Slack. Collaborative platforms have replaced emails to facilitate exchanges between individuals and teams and also have improved their productivity. On the left corner RocketChat, is an open-source collaborative communication platform launched in 2016 and has one of the largest numbers of members of the GitHub developer community. On the right corner Slack, collaborative communication platform created in the USA in 2013.

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  • The battle of the week: United Wardrobe vs Vinted

    The battle of the week: United Wardrobe vs Vinted

    “Second-hand” clothing applications are a hit with fashion lovers and platforms, and platforms have proliferated in recent years. Today we compare two competing apps: United Wardrobe and Vinted on their mobile energy consumption. In the left corner United Wardrobe, created in the Netherlands, a real community market designed to buy and sell items from the world of fashion. Their mission is to “democratize used clothes”. In the right corner Vinted, created in 2012 in Lithuania and which landed in France in 2013, is also a community online market whose purpose is to buy, sell and / or exchange used clothes.

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  • The battle of the week: Leboncoin vs Locanto

    The battle of the week: Leboncoin vs Locanto

    In just a few years, websites connecting individuals through classified ads have been a huge success. Already very popular at its debuts, Leboncoin has quickly established itself in the ranking of the most consulted e-commerce websites in France, in 2019 it occupies the second position. Today’s match therefore pits the French leader Leboncoin with Locanto, the German website present on the international scene. In the left corner Leboncoin, French leader in classifieds created in April 2006.

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  • The battle of the week Twitter special: video vs image vs gif

    The battle of the week Twitter special: video vs image vs gif

    A special battle for this new season: different media on Twitter: video, image and gif. Which one is the most energy and resource consuming media when viewing a tweet? The fight All the lights are now turned on the fighters and the match can finally begin. In terms of energy consumption, a tweet with video consumes 63% more than tweet with image, and 25% more than tweet with gif .

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  • Energy consumption of the most popular e-commerce websites in France

    Energy consumption of the most popular e-commerce websites in France

    We measured the energy and resources consumption of the most popular e-commerce websites in France. Thanks to a recent study of SimilarWeb and ECN introducing a ranking of the Top 100 e-commerce websites, we selected the top 30 websites in this ranking and compared them according to their consumption of energy and mobile resources based on a simple functional path representative of their market activity. Why measure energy consumption?

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