Google can and will permanently ban your Android app if Google thinks you’ve clicked on your own ads

Android death ray. Don’t let this be you. source: pixabay

Anyone can be banned from Google ads at any time


Also: Seven reasons why you might not want/need remote UI rendering


Interop between them is possible, but it’s a hassle

A hornet and a honey bee. One of these is like ESM and the other is like CJS, but I can never remember which one is which. Credit: wikimedia, wikimedia


A bluffing word game. It’s Liar’s Dice, played with Boggle letter dice.

Starting Bid


How and when to cheat on semantic HTML accessibility guidelines


Google’s new “Speed Update” search ranking factor is too little, too late


Technical explanations allow candidates to demonstrate their technical skills and social skills at the same time


IFrames cause all of AMP’s problems, but they provide unbeatable performance. Fixing this is hard, but possible.


I’m afraid you’ll have to learn the entire Service Worker API along the way.

Step One: Read my previous article


Service Workers are like apps. You can’t safely upgrade an app while it’s still running.

Dan Fabulich

Dan Fabulich is a Principal Engineer at Redfin. We’re hiring! https://www.redfin.com/jobs

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