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51Degrees

3/31/2021 11:00 AM

How 51Degrees invented SWAN

Secure Web Addressablility Network and why it’s different

In parallel with supporting Marketers for an Open Web, we have invented SWAN (Secure Web Addressability Network). Read this blog to find out more and get involved.

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Stuart Langridge

3/31/2021 11:00 AM

Building Blocks - What you should look for from open source code

Open source code makes up most of your software supply chain. But how do you choose one open source product over the other?

This blog discusses the critical reasons why open source software is built, and what considerations you should make to ensure your company reaps the benefits.

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51Degrees

12/29/2020 2:00 PM

Buckle up for 2021: Making enduring digital decisions in a time of uncertainty

For the digital industry, 2021 is shaping up to be one hell of a rollercoaster ride.

Make sure you are prepared for the twists and turns 2021 may bring. It’s time to consider these changes and smart choices to help your business succeed.

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Allen O'Neill

12/23/2020 1:00 PM

How many cuppa's does your browser weigh?

The environmental impact of encrypting the web by default

Have you ever considered how much CO2 your website encryption produces? This article discusses new research on the decisions that can affect the environmental impact of the web.

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51Degrees

11/23/2020 5:00 PM

Why 51Degrees supports Marketers for an Open Webs' call to block Google’s Privacy Sandbox

Privacy Sandbox isn’t really about privacy at all – it’s about control.

The open web is about to cross a point of no return. Here’s why that mustn’t happen and what we can all do about it.

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51Degrees

11/11/2020 5:00 PM

Privacy by design: How small tech can lead the way

Keep your eyes open, take care, and you’ll find that privacy doesn’t have to be difficult.

Find out how 51Degrees redesigned real-time data services with privacy at the heart.

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51Degrees

9/10/2020 5:00 PM

Mobile CPU's and the performance inequality gap

Why there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to developing for the mobile web

We now have an incredibly broad spectrum of mobile devices, and while mobile CPU performance has become extremely powerful in recent years, the performance of these devices differs wildly. This article explains why this matters to web designers and developers.

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51Degrees

3/14/2016 8:00 AM

Accelerated Mobile Pages Launched

Google AMP

On the 24th February Google launched AMP. Announced last October, AMP is an open source platform that aims to improve user experience of the mobile Web by reducing the possible complexity of Web pages.

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Edward

10/4/2013 2:11 PM

Do High-Speed Trains Have High-Speed Websites?

Mobile Web Review: eurostar.com

This week we divert from looking at recent mobile websites to take a look at an older offering. Eurostar launched a version of its website optimised specifically for mobile devices over two years ago. Like other websites with mobile offerings it will automatically detect mobile users and redirect them to the appropriate m.eurostar.com site. I journey through this mobile offering to see how this older experience has stood up to the test of time.

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Joe Davine

10/3/2013 8:40 AM

OTA13 - Jon Arne S: Mobile Web Performance

With Over the Air 2013 coming to a close last Saturday, I took some time to reflect on some of the more memorable talks given over the two-day event. Mobile and web performance guru Jon Arne Sæterås' presentation was particularly informative, and inspired me to write a quick summary for people that did not get the chance to see it live in person.