Tag Archives: best practices

2020-01-22 (VOD) I am learning EF Core

Bonjour hi this is a recorded version of a live session from twitch it will be a very long video and that’s why I put timestamp in the description so you could skip and go directly to the part that interests you if you want to know exactly when I’m streaming go visit twitch.tv/fboucheros but… Read More »

Tracking Pixels & Retargeting: Explained!

Have you ever been browsing around an online shop, looking for something like shoes, only to then see ads for those shoes on another website like Facebook? That’s pretty creepy! How does Facebook know that you were looking at these shoes? Well, behind the scenes, the webshop owner is using tracking pixels. No, not the… Read More »

Hosting a static website on Amazon S3 (AWS howto)

Hello everyone! In this video I’m going to show you how you can host static websites on Amazon S3. But before we do that, let’s first take a look at what S3 is. Well S3 is a cloud storage service, built by Amazon, that allows you to store an unlimited amount of files in the… Read More »

Auditing an Existing Site with Lighthouse

[MUSIC PLAYING] Lighthouse is a tool that provides insights and feedback for progressive web applications. It is available as a Chrome extension and as a node package for use on the command line. And that means you can build Lighthouse auditing into your workflow and production processes or try it out on the website right… Read More »

Ideal URL Structure for SEO – Best Practices: Dos’ & Donts’!

Today, I am going to talk about URL structure and what’s an ideal URL structure for SEO. Now before I delve into that, the first question that people ask is or a common confusion that I see people having is, if they have to come up with a blog or a section for content, should… Read More »

Ideal URL Structure for SEO – Best Practices: Dos’ & Donts’!

Today, I am going to talk about URL structure and what’s an ideal URL structure for SEO. Now before I delve into that, the first question that people ask is or a common confusion that I see people having is, if they have to come up with a blog or a section for content, should… Read More »