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Automated Lighthouse Check: How to Implement in DevOps

In the vast world of DevOps, Automated Lighthouse Check has its place among many flavors. Whether you're running on CircleCI, Jenkins, GitHub or others - we got you covered!

We're quickly expanding our horizon of custom tailored solutions, but those without can easily use the public API, NPM module, or Docker container directly.

Below are links to the variety of solutions where you can find plenty of documentation:

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

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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A New Day in SEO and a New Foo - Lighthouse, Web Vitals and Page Experience
foo

A New Day in SEO and a New Foo - Lighthouse, Web Vitals and Page Experience

An overview of the newly released version of www.foo.software, a website leveraging Lighthouse, Web Vitals and Binoculars tools to provide page experience testing services.

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How to Collect and Analyze Web Vitals from Next.js for Page Experience
Web Vitals

How to Collect and Analyze Web Vitals from Next.js for Page Experience

Google's Web Vitals is becoming the standard for measuring page experience. As of version 9.4 of Next.js, it provides a built-in method for capturing and reporting Core Web Vitals. This post illustrates how to collect Web Vitals metrics from a Next.js app and send them to a service for storage.

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