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Edgio Updates

New Frameworks Support

At Edgio, we are committed to making our platform framework agnostic. This is our way of ensuring no one is left out of our platform’s amazing features. To that end, we’ve added support for more frameworks yet again. And some might even surprise you.

WordPress Support


Who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks? We’ve added support for the Frontity framework and the lightning-fast React framework for WordPress. Frontity brings the CMS powering a whopping 40% of the internet into the Headless era. Give it a try, and let us know what you think.

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Nx and Ember Fastboot

Nx and Ember Fastboot

We recently added support for Nx and Ember Fastboot. Even though Layer0 can work with any framework, we continue to expand the tools with pre-built integrations so you can get your project up and running quickly with less config.

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Update to the Developer Console

Your website might be somewhere on the Layer0 cloud living happily ever after, serving millions of users with instant site page loads, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have valuable insights into the fairy world. We host it for you, but we don’t hide it from you.

The developer console has several improvements to help you be more productive and gain more metadata of your website(s) we think will improve your developer experience.

Improved Overview Screen

Edgio overview screen

We’ve made the power of Edgio easier to manage with an improved Overview screen that summarizes the health of your project at a glance, including Core Web Vitals, Traffic, Errors, Cache Hit Rate, Prefetching statistics, and Recent Activity. Now you can have the required valuable insights at your fingertips.

Synchronized Tooltips on Graphs

Synchronized tooltips on Edgio

We’ve synchronized tooltips across graphs on the same screen. For example, when hovering over your Cache Hit Rate graph in the Overview tab, you’ll get the tooltip for the same date in the Traffic graph. This makes it easier to correlate information across multiple metrics in Edgio and puts synchronized insights front and center for your perusal.

Free automatic SSL Certificates

Automatic SSL certificates

Layer0 can generate SSL Certificates on your behalf using Let’s Encrypt. Certificates are free, valid for three months, and are automatically renewed. Go here for more information.

28 Days Later…

Core Web Vitals 28-day rolling average

Google’s Chrome User Experience report uses a 28-day rolling average to compute your Core Web Vitals. We’ve adjusted the 1-month long date range in our Core Web Vitals Analytics feature to 28 days to match how Google reports this data. This means you will have your Core Web Vitals report faster and can act on them in real time to improve your website or web application (should you need to) for a better user experience.

Your site doesn’t need to be hosted on Layer0 to take advantage of these analytics. It’s yours with just a script tag.

Follow this guide and install it through the link here.‍


Prefetching and Caching

Prefetching can be intimidating to set up and utilize, but it’s an important tool to help you achieve lightning-fast page loads. Understand how you can use Layer0 to easily setup Prefetching, and see it working using our DevTools.


‍Core Web Vitals Explained

Tim Benniks kicks off a new video mini-series with Ishan Anand, CTO of Layer0 and Curator of the Core Web Vitals Newsletter, to uncover all you need to know about Google’s Core Web Vitals before the June algorithm update. This first video explains why Lighthouse is not the right tool to test website performance KPIs.

How Airbrake Brings Developers Advantageous Visibility

Eric Anderson, CTO of Airbrake, joins us for another episode of JavaScript Jam. Learn how Airbrake’s recent acquirement from Logic Monitoring expands developers’ tools to get superior context and visibility.

Jamstack for eCommerce at Scale

Tune in to hear from developers at Shoe Carnival and Turnkey Vacation Rentals on the lessons learned in using Jamstack and headless for eCommerce, especially on sites with large catalogs, frequent updates, and legacy eCommerce platforms.