JavaScript

Dynamically aggregate date charts | Cron-Dev

Recently, we were working on representation of Timeseries data. What we had in mind was to give the user an ability to choose the start and end date and represent the data related to farmers’ sowing. We simply hooked up a Graphing library from Google (Google Charts) and got the data represented. This works perfectly …

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Googlebot evergreen rendering in our testing tools

Today we updated most of our testing tools so they are using the evergreen Chromium renderer. This affects our testing tools like the mobile-friendly test or the URL inspection tool in Search Console. In this post we look into what this means and what went into making this update happen. The evergreen Chromium renderer At Google …

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Search at Google I/O 2019

Google I/O is our yearly developer conference where we have the pleasure of announcing some exciting new Search-related features and capabilities. A good place to start is Google Search: State of the Union, which explains how to take advantage of the latest capabilities in Google Search: We also gave more details on how JavaScript and …

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Official Google Webmaster Central Blog: Google I/O 2019

Google I/O 2019 is starting tomorrow and will run for 3 days, until Thursday. Google I/O is our yearly developers festival, where product announcements are made, new APIs and frameworks are introduced, and Product Managers present the latest from Google to an audience of 7,000+ developers who fly to California. However, you don’t have to …

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A survival kit for SEO-friendly JavaScript websites

JavaScript-powered websites are here to stay. As JavaScript in its many frameworks becomes an ever more popular resource for modern websites, SEOs must be able to guarantee their technical implementation is search engine-friendly. In this article, we will focus on how to optimize JS-websites for Google (although Bing also recommends the same solution, dynamic rendering). …

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How to Use the Observable Pattern in JavaScript

Lately, I’ve been trying to become more familiar with design patterns. One thing I’ve realized along the way is that it’s not easy to recognize where a specific pattern might be useful. It usually comes down to having that light bulb moment where you suddenly say to yourself “Hey! This might be a good place …

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