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ATLANTA – October 15, 2018  |  Atlanta-based website performance leader, Rigor, Inc, announced today that it has released two out-of-the-box integrations with Datadog’s monitoring and analytics platform. The integrations ensure that joint customers have end-to-end visibility into digital performance within a single pane of glass. Digital experience management (DEM) solutions from Rigor provide a window into the end-user exper...

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In this episode of Web Perfectionist 101, Rigor's Billy Hoffman deep dives Lossy Conversion for GIFs.  He focuses on BuzzFeed to identify changes for huge impact on user experience and web performance.  Learn quick fixes in this video guide.  Interested in improving your web performance optimizations? Try Rigor now....

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Today we are excited to release our two newly branded and integrated products as part of our digital performance management platform: Rigor Monitoring and Rigor Optimization. Rigor Monitoring captures, trends, and alerts on performance data collected proactively 24/7 from around the world. Rigor Optimization programmatically analyzes performance data to identify, prioritize, and optimize content that is negatively impacting performanc...

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This post was originally published on Moz.com With the release of Windows 10, the general public can now use Microsoft Edge, Microsoft's new flagship web browser. Microsoft is striking out in new directions with Edge and is deprecating Internet Explorer for all modern platforms. Such a drastic change is rare in the web development world, so it makes sense to understand what this change means. In this article we will discuss Microsoft Edge and see how it removes many of the annoying issues of cross-browser development, making it easier for SE...

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E-Commerce News Round-Up

Stephanie Elsesser

What the Marketplace Fairness Act Means for Ecommerce Merchants - This article is a explains the proposed national online sales tax initiative along with some of its implications. "The lack of “Internet Sales Tax” costs state governments around $11 billion in lost tax revenue, and some think this gives online retailers an unfair advantage over brick-and-mortar stores." Pinterest Introduces 'Rich...

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