The first version of our comparison tool has been released about 18 months ago. We’re very glad today to announce a significant upgrade of this feature, now allowing to compare up to 12 web pages at a same time (against only 2 before). Another improvement comes with the charts of groups for monitored pages, giving access to comparison report by clicking any dot on the chart! Continue reading
We are very glad to inform you that we now offer two more locations for testing your website speed. We now have 3 test locations in the Americas, with São Paulo and Seattle joining Washington DC. Continue reading
About one year ago, we were announcing an update of the quality checkpoints of our website analysis service. This update was including a new best practice related to hypertext links opening in a new window or tab by using target=”_blank” attribute.
Joining Google Chrome, the latest Firefox version now supports the rel=”noopener” attribute, which was one of our advised solutions. The right time for us to have a look back on this recommendation we have brought not only for better security but also for web performance. Continue reading
Third-party content are parasites. Friendly ones, with – most of the time – good intentions. But parasites anyway. Let’s discover some useful tips and techniques to deal with Third Party Content and their impacts regarding your website performance and security.
The Chinese web is a highly coveted market for all brands of luxury goods from around the world. But it is also a difficult sector for investments – with its limited access conditions as well as its famous Great Firewall. How do these brands manage to deal with these technical handicaps? Using its Chinese probes, Dareboost tested the web performance of 49 of these prestigious brands. Continue reading
They have been sold up to 250,000 times on the ThemeForest marketplace…But how fast are those famous WordPress themes? Dareboost have been testing 8 of these best sellers themes by monitoring their demo pages for several months. Here are the results. Continue reading
Cookies are omnipresent all over the web as they let publishers store data directly on the user’s web browser. Especially used to identify the user session allowing the web server to recognize him all along his browsing, cookies usually contain sensitive data. You have to properly protect them. Continue reading
It’s been months we have been working on it and testing it with a few renowned customers, and there we are now… Proud to announce the release of a brand-new feature on Dareboost: Synthetic User Journey Monitoring! Thanks to this new service, you will be able to analyze and monitor the web performance of a whole user journey. Let’s discover this new option. Continue reading