PageSpeed Insights API update Version 2.0 by Google

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Written by Rahul Setia

A simple way to check a bunch of URLs for mobile-friendliness is to use the PageSpeed insights API. Google just launched an update to the API that gives you a bit more information about speed & score, as well as a clearer format for text-responses. It is announced on Google+ by John Muller.

You can check it out athttps://developers.google.com/speed/docs/insights/v2/getting-started

Just grab an API key, copy & paste the code samples (or use the command line, if you’re into that), and maybe even get started on creating a physical speed meter for your homepage ( http://www.jacobquatier.com/posts/2014/12/01/the-meter/) as a weekend project. If you have a bunch of clients that you’re watching out for, it won’t take much to track their important pages like this automatically.

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Rahul Setia

Rahul Setia as Digital Marketing Head works for Contentmart.com. As an Digital Head, he enjoys building marketing strategies, delivering into website data analysis, and writing content., On twitter @rahulsetia007 and Facebook.

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