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I've ya Google fan from day one. I've a Google phone (again) a Chromebook and Google WiFi Router and 'Point" or Extender. All of that makes this even more frustrating. I tried to manage the WiFi with Google Home and get "QR Code not recognized" then bought the 'Point' and get "QR Code Wrong Format" error That's just down right silly. It's all Google and thet don't recognize each other. Silly!!!
Are there individuals employed at Google in the sales operations domain who could provide me with valuable insight? With three years of experience in sales operations, I am on the lookout for new career opportunities. I aim to secure an interview with Google, and I would greatly appreciate any guidance or advice!
In the world of web development, two prominent rendering techniques stand out: server-side rendering (SSR) and client-side rendering (CSR). Understanding the difference between these two approaches is essential for anyone involved in building websites. Let's break it down in simple terms.
Server-side Rendering (SSR):
Imagine ordering a ready-made meal from a restaurant. With SSR, the server prepares the entire dish in the kitchen, carefully garnishes it, and serves it to you at your table. In web terms, this means that the server processes most of the webpage content on its side before sending it to your browser.
Key Points about SSR:
Faster Initial Load: SSR serves a fully prepared webpage, so it loads quickly when you first visit a site. Users see content almost instantly.
SEO-Friendly: Search engines love SSR because they can easily crawl and index the content. This can boost your website's search rankings.
Good for Static Content: SSR works well for websites with mostly static content that doesn't change frequently.
Client-side Rendering (CSR):
Now, think of CSR like ordering a pizza to bake at home. The restaurant provides you with the ingredients and instructions. You assemble and bake the pizza in your own oven. In the web world, CSR means that the browser does more work; it assembles the webpage from various components.
Key Points about CSR:
Slower Initial Load: CSR can be slower initially because the browser has to assemble the webpage. Users might see a blank screen for a moment.
Interactivity: CSR shines when you have dynamic, interactive content. It's great for apps and websites that change a lot without requiring full-page reloads.
Which Is Better?
There's no one-size-fits-all answer. The choice between SSR and CSR depends on your project's specific needs:
Choose SSR- if you want fast initial loading times, better SEO, and have mostly static content.
Opt for CSR if you need a highly interactive website or application with dynamic content.
Consider Hybrid Approaches: In some cases, combining SSR and CSR can offer the best of both worlds, known as "Hybrid Rendering."
Hi. I recently installed Spotify on my android phone and since then have been receiving Google Verification code notifications multiple times per day. There is no way to stop them coming. They are pinging my phone all day and all night.
Spotify was verified at the time. This is additional. Anyone know what is going on here and how I can fix it?
🤔 Have you ever experienced the "Pain of Almost All Developers"? You know what I'm talking about – those moments when your code just won't cooperate, and you feel like you're stuck in endless loop of debugging. 🐛💻 #CodingLife #Developer
Outdated messaging tech, like Google Voice & Fi still use to text with Messages app, causing modern texting nightmares... Wait, is it because of old SMS? And Google still uses it to text with the Messages? Time for SMS to exit the chat. Let's make texting better for everyone. Help Google #GetTheMessage and upgrade Google Voice & Fi to RCS.
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I'm paying them $1.99 a month or something because I can't figure out how to delete maybe 5 years or more of old mail. Fuck that. And I'm sure they know what they are doing.
Hello! So whenever I launch play store I get this screen and it just gets stuck for a few mins until it just says can't connect and doesn't let me install anything.
I have cleared cache, cleared all data and swapped accounts.
My internet works on any other app like chrome and (obviously) reddit aswell as on my pc and tablet (play store opens on my tablet but for some reason the fyi page(idk what it's called) is blank except the first and the 3rd row and few others below it). What do I do to fix this? It's been like this for hours
At the moment I am too stupid to figure out how to add topics/interest to Google Now/Discover. Especially Sports Teams. I find the settings options where I can look at Interested and Not Interested but I can't add a new one.
Ive tried everything and can not get the files to open.
Also, I can't seem to post to the "support megathread". Likely something I am doing (as far as trying to post). So this will probably get automatically kicked back and I'll be back at square one. So frustrated.
Thanks if you can help.
I have two devices connected to my Gmail. Mine and another person. This person has become part of a legal case where it is accused that someone "posed" as them in a particular manner using their phone. I am not at all connected in any shape or form to this case except that I share an email that is on that phone.
Now that the juice is out of the way..
Most people know that you can see the model, date/time, and country that a device is or was connected to a Gmail pretty easily. My question is, is there more info that can be gathered of that device and it's activity from the access of my device to that shared gmail? (Assuming that Gmail was active/logged in at the time of use of the phone)