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Sonar: Microsoft’s Free New Tool Tells You How Good Your Website Really Is

Filed under: Uncategorized — spiderwebwoman at 1:02 pm on Thursday, March 15, 2018

(Shared from noupe.com)

In the past, Microsoft was not known as a business that cared about web standards. However, at least since the new browser Edge, Microsoft tries to stick to HTML and CSS standards. Now, there’s a new tool called Sonar, which checks if websites meet the standards, and tests them regarding optimization options and safety issues.

Sonar checks your website in five different categories: Accessibility, HTML validity, Optimization Suggestions For Faster Websites, Support for Progressive Web Applications (PWA), and assessing Security Gaps.

Original post at: https://www.noupe.com/design/sonar-microsofts-free-new-tool-tells-you-how-good-your-website-really-is.html

 

 



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