How to speed up mobile search twice. Lecture of Yandex

How to speed up mobile search twice. Lecture of YandexOn the phone, web pages often load longer than on a desktop. The developer Ivan Khvatov tells about the reasons for the backlog and how to deal with it. The lecture consists of several parts: the first - about the main stages of loading the page on mobile devices, the second - about the techniques that we use to accelerate the load, the third - about our method of adapting the layout for different speeds.
 
 

 
- Hello everyone, my name is Ivan Khvatov, I work in the search infrastructure. Last time I'm working on speeding up the download of search results. I work with layout, backend ...
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Services for the selection of keywords on the App Store: a comparative characteristic of

Those who are engaged in ASO on an ongoing basis, moreover, God forbid, for different localizations, knows: this is not the case in which you can act by instinct. Of course, there are many words in the dictionary, but there are enough products on the market too, and competition for the simplest, associative keys is turning serious. To maintain a balance between the popularity of the query and the probability of breaking into the first positions, you need a thorough analysis of the situation in the relevant segment.
 
 
Services for the selection of keywords on the App Store: a comparative characteristic of
 
 
Today, su...
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Manipulating Google's SERP

Manipulating Google's SERP
 
 
Researcher Tom Anthony has discovered a supercritical vulnerability in Google's search engine, which can influence search results. The company "corrected" the vulnerability for half a year and paid only $ ?337 for it.
 
hreflang , this allows an attacker to use these directives to help their own sites rank in Google search results.
 
 
Google allows Submit an XML-map of the site to help in detecting a URL for crawling, but this can also be used for the hreflang directive, in order to define other international versions of the ...
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"Let's look a little" or "Why all stumble on binary search and how to write it correctly"

First, I'll tell you one small story. In general, I mainly deal with gaming, and from the very beginning of my journey in programming, I wanted to develop games.
 
My very first game was "Guess a Number" on Pascal (either a turbo, or a freeze, I do not remember anymore). It was console and the essence of the game was that the computer guesses a number from 0 to 10? and you should for 7 attempts to guess it. At each attempt, the computer says "More" or "Less", for example:
 
 
"Let's look a little" or "Why all stumble on binary search and how to write it correctly"
 
 
> I made up the number
 
> Enter a number between 0 and 100
 
> 76
 
> I did not guess, less than
 
> 12
 
> I did not guess...
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