Posts Tagged “Third-Party”

Request Map Generator

I was reading Harry Roberts’ post, Identifying, Auditing, and Discussing Third Parties, and realized I hadn’t paid proper attention to the Request Map Generator built by Simon Hearne. It’s fantastic. Request Map for First off,... read more

Understanding GDPR and Privacy

On May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becomes enforceable across Europe. According to Wikipedia: The General Data Protection Regulation is a regulation in EU law on data protection and privacy for all individuals... read more

Smashing Conf 2018

I just got back from attending & speaking at Smashing Conf 2018. I had a great time—the speakers were excellent, and the Smashing team is always so helpful and supportive. It was my first time speaking... read more

Measuring Third-Party Cost

In another informative talk, Andy Davies looks at how you can measure the cost of a particular third-party script (just after the 4-minute mark). Test a page in WebPageTest Repeat with selected third-parties blocked Compare the... read more

Identifying Third-Party Scripts

Now that I’d spent time itemizing third-party scripts and finding the most prevalent ones, I wanted to identify what these scripts/services do, who owns them, etc. I’d already found myself wondering, “what is the Rubicon Project?”... read more

Third-Party Scripts

As a web designer and builder, the list of things I’ve felt responsible for on the execution side of the process (once research, writing, planning, etc. reaches a point) has expanded over the years. Each new... read more