Cloudflare has leveraged its Workers platform to host static sites on its Edge caching servers, removing the need for a web hosting service.
To increase privacy and security, and to improve the user experience when people visit sites with mixed content (sites that serve assets with http and https), Google is transitioning Chrome to block all non-secure assets.
SendGrid has created an email validation service to help email marketers reduce their bounce rates and maintain deliverability to mailbox providers.
Search engines like Google are dependent on the same accessibility attributes that many people depend on to comprehend and navigate sites. Search engine optimizers have unwittingly made the web more accessible, and they are in the best position to make it even better.
The 184.108.40.206 app by Cloudflare has been updated with a plug-n-play VPN that automatically secures mobile traffic on smartphones. It’s currently available in Google Play and the App Store.
The Washington Post announced the launch of Zeus Prime, an automated way for advertisers to buy premium advertising. They plan to make it available to any publisher on any content management system.
Microsoft’s GitHub acquired Semmle, a code analysis platform for finding zero-days and automating variant analysis.
YouTube’s test of timestamp bookmarks has become a feature in Google Search. Video producers that don’t publish videos on YouTube will be able to use Schema structured data to achieve the same results.
In an attempt to bring more native app functionality to PWAs, Google has created a Contact Picker API to allow websites to access contact details.
WP Engine worked with Wordfence to make their security plugin compatible with its hosting service and to remove it from WP Engine’s infamous Disallowed Plugins list