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Lighthouse

Lighthouse

Automated Lighthouse testing for website SEO and performance.

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Web Vitals

Web Vitals

Collect and analyze web vitals for best web page experience and SEO.

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Making automated Lighthouse testing a breeze

Schedule automated Lighthouse testing for website SEO and performance, and analyze historical results on your custom Dashboard. Get instantly alerted and stay on top of changes when they happen!

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Keep a pulse on your page experience with Web Vitals

Focus on the metrics that matter. Collect and analyze web vitals for best web page experience and SEO so that your site stays relevant and optimized for long-term success.

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Introducing Foo Tutorials: Learn How to Use Our Services
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Introducing Foo Tutorials: Learn How to Use Our Services

Announcing our new tutorial section with posts diving deep into darker realms of our website and service from simple topics like monitoring page experience with Lighthouse to staying on top of SEO with Slack notifications.

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Lighthouse 9 Refreshed Reports, User Flows and Accessibility Updates
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Lighthouse 9 Refreshed Reports, User Flows and Accessibility Updates

Lighthouse 9 was launched a couple weeks ago and introduced some interesting features. In this post we recap the release of Lighthouse 9.

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Managing Data and State: React Hooks, Recoil and Apollo GraphQL Client
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Managing Data and State: React Hooks, Recoil and Apollo GraphQL Client

State and data management is a complicated when it comes to React. This post illustrates a modern approach with Recoil and Apollo GraphQL Client.

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Next.js, GraphQL, Recoil, MUI and More: A New Web Stack Reviewed
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Next.js, GraphQL, Recoil, MUI and More: A New Web Stack Reviewed

With our website redesign we revamped our technology stack. This post reviews choices including Next.js, GraphQL, MUI (Material UI), and TypeScript.

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