Weekly Web Development links

Do you remember how I said the other week that last week will be a bumper week of News? Well.... It would have been if we launched what we had planned to launch. I've decided to give you some small nuggets of information now, and this Friday do the full post. Fear not though, I have a lot of great content for you still.

Chrome Developer Tools: Performance Group [link]

Here on Chrome we want to make it easier for everyone to create high performance web applications with a great user experience. If you are interested in or working with web performance, we'd love to learn about how you interact with web performance tools, where you struggle and hear your great ideas! Sign up using the above link if you would like to participate and we will send you a follow-up email soon.

Creating semantic sites with Web Components and JSON-LD [link]

With the rising popularity of web components and supporting libraries like Polymer, custom elements become an attractive way to build UI features. The default encapsulation of custom elements makes them especially useful for creating independent widgets. Learn about why this is important.

Monthly Media Mailing list [link]

My good friend and colleague Sam Dutton has started a new newsletter that aggregates all the important happenings in media related platform technology across iOS, Android and the Web. It's a must read.

Detecting injected content from third-parties on your site [link]

Do you know if any ISP's are injecting Ads or anything else in to your site? No. I thought not. It is critical that you understand the implications of 1) not being on HTTPS and 2) Not logging all external requests. I found that a number of users either have extensions or viruses that inject content that I didn't create into my site.

The discovery problem [link]

Does the discovery problem of app stores, search and everywhere else only affect those who don't or can't market?

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About Me: Paul Kinlan

I lead the Chrome Developer Relations team at Google.

We want people to have the best experience possible on the web without having to install a native app or produce content in a walled garden.

Our team tries to make it easier for developers to build on the web by supporting every Chrome release, creating great content to support developers on web.dev, contributing to MDN, helping to improve browser compatibility, and some of the best developer tools like Lighthouse, Workbox, Squoosh to name just a few.