Two very awaited features are now available for our customers within their monitoring dashboard. The ability to create and to manage custom event, and a CSV export feature for the monitoring data. Continue reading
Web performance testing tools like Google Page Speed or Dareboost already pointed it: injecting a script by using document.write instruction causes severe issues about websites loading time. Let’s talk about this topic one more time, as the next Chrome update to come won’t allow such scripts injections any longer. What kind of issues may you experience? Which alternatives to find?
Our team is glad to announce today our next major upgrade,
planned deployed on 19th September, with a brand-new test probe technology. We’re detailing within this post all the evolutions and improvements. This is one of our biggest update, with amazing news such as HTTP/2 support and much more to discover…
Now that we have seen how CSP can be useful in preventing injections of content within your web pages, let’s have a look on some technical elements about CSP implementation, and a few ideas about the methodology to adopt. Continue reading
Thanks to Content Security Policy, you can protect your website from numerous vulnerabilities concerning content injection. Let’s see why and how to use that simple but powerful HTTP header, now widely supported by web browsers.
UPDATE: New checkpoints described in this post are now available on dareboost.com!
Save this date: from June 23rd, new checkpoints will enrich our website quality test. This post aims to introduce you the new checkpoints before being live, so you’ll have time to correct your website (if needed) before our update… Avoiding, by this way, any drop of your DareBoost score!
Some of the most regular users of DareBoost may already have noticed it: several improvements have been added to our website for the past weeks. It is time for us to talk a little more about these new features. We hope you will discover – and enjoy – some of them!
You may have already heard about Single Points Of Failure (SPOF), generally dealing with network matters. Did you know that SPOF is also an issue at front-end dev stage? Could you imagine your website to be reliant on Twitter or Facebook’s servers?