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OWT has been designing and programming web pages since 1994. A lot has changed in that time, as access speeds have increased and technologies evolved. While technological advancements have been great for both the user and web site owner, it is important to distinguish between what industry innovations are appropriate for each individual client's needs and which are not. OWT has the experience to wade through the technological noise and decide which tech will prove to be the best fit for your application. Whether it be leveraging the growing importance of search engine recognition or ensuring the user experience is positive through an efficient and sleek design, OWT is prepared to create a website beneficial for the client as well as their users. 

We provide cost-effective solutions for most any budget.  From over-the-top sites with an extensive custom feature set down, to the simplest brochure site; we can deliver your next website for less than you think. We also provide you with the tool set to keep your content fresh and compelling. 

Although we have clients throughout the United States, we pride ourselves on the exceptional customer service we provide to our customers in the Kennewick, Richland, Pasco and Walla Walla areas. When it comes to accurately designing and implementing a web site, we put customers first. 

Trust the experience that OWT has gained over such a long time in this relatively young industry. OWT will help you make smarter and more cost-effective decisions to make your web initiative positive, productive and profitable. 

 

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Industry News

08/16/2019
Cut off expanded text ad headlines and descriptions aren’t new, but you may have noticed it more lately.



Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.


08/16/2019

Is Magento SEO friendly? Dive into SEO best practices to follow with a quick look at technical considerations and content strategy.


The post Quick wins for Magento SEO appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


08/15/2019





















#450 — August 16, 2019

Read on the Web



JavaScript Weekly








JavaScript and Node Testing Best Practices — Almost 50 best practices divided into categories (backend, frontend, CI, etc.) complete with code examples. Not just the basics, it digs into areas like visual regression, property-based testing, and contract testing, too.


Yoni Goldberg






Introducing the New React DevTools — We’ll feature this more in next week’s React newsletter but if you’re a React developer, you should be using the DevTools and if you are, they’re now a lot faster and easier to navigate. React 15 and above are supported.


Brian Vaughn






Image & Video Management Made for Developers — Simplify and automate the process of uploading, manipulating, optimizing, and delivering images and videos across every device at any bandwidth. Try Cloudinary. See how easy media management can be. Get your own free account today.


Cloudinary sponsor






Google's Guide to Improving Third-Party JavaScript Performance — The folks over at Google have a really neat guide to making your site faster and have just released three new tutorials and a 'code lab' on the topic of improving performance when you load in JavaScript from third-parties:





Milica Mihajlija






The History and Legacy of jQuery — jQuery may have fallen somewhat out of favor in web development, but we recently did a poll that showed 13% of JavaScript developers still proactively turn to it.


Danny Guo






An Extensive VS Code Extension List for Full Stack Developers — A massive compilation of VS Code extensions mainly aimed at JavaScript developers. It’s interesting because the original version got torn apart on social media so the author has rewritten it with everyone’s suggestions! 😄


Jon R. Corbin



💻 Jobs





Front-end Engineer — Goldstar is looking for Front-end Engineers with React expereince onsite in Portland, Oregon and Pasadena, California.


Goldstar






100+ JavaScript Roles on hackajob 🎉 — Upload your GitHub projects and we'll do the rest. Find a role based on your skills with an average salary of £70k.


hackajob



📘 Tutorials





How to Chain Multiple Functions Properly with await/async


Nicholas Dunkel






'Logic-Less' JSX — The opportunities that JSX provides for mixing logic and markup are significant but.. you can go too far. Here are some thoughts on how to keep things clean.


Jonathan Verrecchia






The Best Way To Lazy Load Angular Elements — Advice based on enterprise-level production experience.


Tomas Trajan






Security Best-Practices for CI/CD — Read about a number of ways that can help you implement standard security measures for CI/CD pipeline security.


CircleCI sponsor






5 Interesting Uses of JavaScript Destructuring


Dmitri Pavlutin






The Differing Perspectives on CSS-in-JS — Some people outright hate the idea of CSS-in-JS, some love it. Chris Coyier runs through the varying stances.


CSS Tricks






▶  Low Level JavaScript — A new YouTube channel focusing on building low level things in the high level language we all know and love. The first 4 videos focus on parsers.


Low Level JavaScript



🔧 Code and Tools





meSpeak.js 2.0: Text to Speech in JavaScript — Yes, browsers mostly support the Speech Synthesis API natively now, but this is an interesting alternative under certain circumstances (the voices are not great, but you can get some interesting effects – there’s even a Scottish voice).


Norbert Landsteiner






NPKILL: Find and Remove Old or Large node_modules Folders — Stop joking about those gigantic node_modules folders and delete the ones you don’t need with this tool.


Estefanía García Gallardo and Juan Torres Gómez node






Accelerated Distraction-Free JavaScript Testing — Wallaby.js is a developer productivity tool that runs your JavaScript and TypeScript tests immediately as you type, highlighting results in your IDE right next to your code.


Wallaby.js sponsor






Introducing Transloco: Angular Internationalization Done Right — A new i18n library for Angular that seems to put the developer experience first and foremost. GitHub repo.


Netanel Basal






useAuth: The Simplest Way to Add Auth to a React App — Integrates with Auth0, the authentication platform, to give you a lot of features ‘out of the box’.


Swizec Teller






Inferno: A Fast, React-a-Like with a Different Approach — It’s not React, but it’s very much like it and you might be intrigued by its differences (which include a different approach to optimizing performance and lifecycle events on functional components).


Inferno






MongoDB Atlas Is a Powerful and Reliable Cloud Database. Try Now


MongoDB Atlas sponsor






Acorn 7.0: A Tiny JavaScript Parser written in Pure Javascript


Haverbeke, Stepanyan, et al.






nve 1.0: Run Things With a Specific Node.js Version — Easily execute a file, command, or REPL using a specific version of Node.


ehmicky node






The buffer Module From Node, But for the Browser


Feross Aboukhadijeh






⚡️ Quick Releases















08/15/2019

Analyzing PPC results to improve SEO is an unconventional yet effective method. Witness higher conversions and get more data to outrank competitors.


The post How to use PPC data to drive more SEO traffic appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


08/14/2019

If you pay someone to adjust bids every week, much of that bid optimization work will be over. Details on Facebook's campaign budget optimization update.


The post Facebook campaign budget optimization: How marketers must prepare for September 1, 2019 appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


08/13/2019

Boolean search is a type of search that combines terms with operators and is used in social listening tools and search engines. Boolean operators decoded.


The post Boolean search for social media monitoring: What to track, how to track, and why appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


08/13/2019

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08/12/2019

Four tools based on metric reporting that can help your company measure audience identification, site performance, events tracking, and more.


The post Four tools your business needs for better metric reporting appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


08/09/2019

Part two of our article on “Robots.txt best practice guide + examples” talks about how to set up your newly created robots.txt file.


The post Robots.txt best practice guide, part 2: Setting up your robots.txt file appeared first on Search Engine Watch.