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Security in Layers: How to Implement DevSecOps

Security shouldn’t just be an after-thought in the maintenance process; it’s something that coders should proactively include in the development process. Adding layers of security as you build ensures a solid foundation for DevSecOps. With a growing focus on data security and privacy, DevSecOps allows for stability from the onset, so that developers don’t have … Read More

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Don’t Be Spooked by IT Automation, Embrace the Efficiency

IT automation has been a hot topic in DevOps for quite some time now. In fact, it’s become less of a trend and more of a necessity. The idea of automation has always been accompanied by a negative sense of replacement. However, automation promotes efficiency and frees up your time for more important aspects of … Read More

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How Often Should You Update Your Sitemap?

If your website doesn’t have a sitemap yet, you’re missing out on a valuable aspect of your SEO strategy! Sitemaps help speed up the indexing process, therefore optimizing your chance of ranking high on SERPs. Instead of crawling multiple pages and links on your website, bots and crawlers can simply visit your sitemap to find … Read More

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End to End Testing With Drupal and Cypress

We’ve recently started using Cypress to handle End to End tests for our Drupal sites. Thus far, the experience has been great! Cypress makes it easy to quickly add new tests to your site as you iterate your code. The process,¬†however, has not completely been without hurdles. While pursuing ways to cut down on test … Read More

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Create Consistent Content with an SEO Style Guide

Your content is one of the most important elements of your website. It drives traffic and contributes to SEO. Therefore, it needs to be concise and current. If you have a big team or enlist guest bloggers to create content, consistency can be a challenge. Every writer has his/her own style, but a solid SEO … Read More

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5 Tests to Ensure Optimal Usability

Before you even think about pushing to production, some testing is in order. At Sevaa, we like to test, test, and test some more, whether it be a small change to a homepage gallery or an entire redesign. Testing is probably one of the most important steps in our development process. Before we send a … Read More

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5 Ways to Optimize Your Website’s Speed

Users expect a responsive, safe, and speedy web experience. Over half of web users will leave a page if it doesn’t load within three seconds! Longer than that and you could be losing valuable customers and revenue. Your website’s speed differs among various devices. So although you think your website’s speed is optimized for a … Read More

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No WiFi, No Problem: Try a Progressive Web App

What is a Progressive Web App (PWA)? How often do you type a URL on your mobile device as opposed to using an app? Apps are convenient and accessible. However, the drawback is the fact that native mobile apps require wi-fi, and if you’re offline you, use up precious data. Not to mention, downloading an … Read More

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Happy 20th, Google! Here’s What’s New with Search

September 2018 signals the 20th anniversary for Google, and to celebrate, we’re getting a handful of new features! These updates center around how users search. Users will find that their interactions are much more convenient, engaging, and relevant. For marketers, these changes mean tailoring content to the way users search. The changes include three major … Read More

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Stay Ahead of the Glitch with Static Code Analysis

How often do you test a project before you deploy it? Quality assurance should be a major milestone of every project you create. There are plenty of automated testing tools out there like Cypress.io, Mocha, and Jasmine. These platforms efficiently test your code end to end, but before this step, try static code analysis.   … Read More

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