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PWA: How to avoid partial rendering issues with service workers

In preparation for my upcoming SMX Advanced session about The New Renaissance of JavaScript, I decided to code a progressive web app and try to optimize it for SEO. In particular, I was interested in reviewing all key rendering options (client side, server side, hybrid and dynamic) from a development/implementation perspective. I learned six interesting …

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In (partial) defense of Apple’s HomePod

Apple’s HomePod is being hailed as the best speaker among the current smart speaker cohort, which includes Google Home, Amazon Echo, Alexa-enabled Sonos and others. But it’s also being heavily criticized, even savaged, for several flaws. The consensus of the criticism basically focuses on two or three main areas: It doesn’t natively support music services …

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