Tag Archives: PWA

From AMP to PWA: Progressive Web AMPs (Google I/O ’17)

From Website to Progressive Web App (GDD Europe ’17)

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 »

Google Search Console: What should I do with old 404 errors?

JOHN MUELLER: Today’s question comes from San Francisco. What should I do with 404s in Search Console that are from ancient versions of my site? So sites evolve over time, URLs change, you add redirect, redirects get dropped over the years. Sometimes URLs are just no longer needed. These URLs end up returning 404, so… Read More »

Indexing your PWA (Discoverability & SEO) – Progressive Web App Training

SARAH CLARK: Once you have a progressive web app, do you know how to give it a good search ranking? Hi, I’m Sarah Clark, and I’m here to lead you into the world of discoverability and search engine optimization for PWAs. [MUSIC PLAYING] Every search engine has a different way of ranking pages, but they… Read More »

Deliver search-friendly JavaScript-powered websites (Google I/O ’18)

[MUSIC PLAYING] TOM GREENAWAY: Good morning, everyone. My name is Tom Greenaway, and I’m a partner developer advocate from Google Sydney with a focus on the indexability of progressive web applications. JOHN MUELLER: Hi, everyone. I’m John Mueller. I’m a webmaster trends analyst from Zurich in Switzerland. It’s great to see so many of you… Read More »