Rendering

AWS launches GPU-powered G4 instances for machine learning, graphics rendering

Amazon Web Services Inc. is making its platform more attractive for companies adopting artificial intelligence. The cloud giant today announced the general availability of the G4 instance family, which consists of six virtual machines optimized for machine learning workloads. They succeed the G3 series that AWS introduced back in 2017. The performance difference is considerable: …

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JavaFX 13 adds support for native rendering

JavaFX 13, the latest version of the Java-based toolkit for building rich client applications, has arrived, highlighted by native rendering. Native rendering support allows developers to integrate powerful visualization capabilities into their JavaFX applications.  JavaFX is published by the OpenJFX community, since being separated from the Java Development Kit (JDK), and is now distributed by …

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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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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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Evergreen Googlebot with Chromium rendering engine: What technical SEOs need to know

It’s been an exciting week with important announcements from the stage at the 2019 Google I/O event. Probably the most impactful announcement is that Google has now committed to regularly updating its Googlebot crawl service to begin using the most recent stable version of their headless Chromium rendering engine. This is a significant leap forward …

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