Track your serverless code’s memory usage to diagnose and avoid out-of-memory issues, especially in production code where these issues may occur intermittently or gradually over time. Other platform updates include CLS enhancements, Next.js 11 support, and configuring redirects without code.
Developers at Layer0 are continuously working to improve the console to increase your team's velocity and improve your overall experience. Our latest updates include framework support for Razzle, and monitoring enhancements such as Sourcemaps, Routes.js Caching Statistics, and Alerts.
Google is once again updating its algorithm--and it’s big. The Core Web Vitals update rolls out in May, and it’s all about speed and the user experience. More specifically, Google will start measuring all of the following: Largest Contentful Pain (LCP), First Input Delay (FID), and Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS).
Set to roll out in May 2021, Google's Page Experience update will change the ranking algorithm, based on Core Web Vital scores, and will include a visible indication of a website’s speed on Google SERP. Only 13% of eCommerce websites are ready for this update.
Layer0, the performance-focused home for all headless front-ends that makes them faster and easier to manage, announced it has joined the MACH Alliance, an independent group of tech companies dedicated to advocating for open, best-of-breed technology ecosystems.
CDNs and hosting solutions have evolved over the years to become much more than just infrastructure for storing website assets. Many modern application delivery networks now offer additional features to boost developer productivity and simplify the process of deploying, previewing, experimenting on, monitoring, and running a modern frontend or single-page application.
Ensuring sub-second load times for your eCommerce site is hard work. At Layer0, we've tried to make it a much simpler process, and Layer0 is here to help you achieve this milestone. What we've done here is to create a checklist which you can follow to ensure that your production site is blazingly fast, and you spend the least amount of time accomplishing it.
When developers choose a framework to use in their projects, they tend to focus on traits such as popularity, documentation, talent availability or community. While these considerations are important, we know that in the case of modern frontends, such as eCommerce Single-Page Applications (SPAs), the focus is on the user experience. And website speed is a fundamental element of that.
In this article, we analyze the performance of the modern frontends: Angular, Next.js, Nuxt.js, React and Vue.js. We quickly found that Nuxt.js leads the pack, followed by Vue.js and Next.js. Read on for our detailed finding.