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Google Mobile-Friendly Test Tool Now Shows Rendered HTML for JavaScript Sites

Google announced better support for JavaScript powered websites with new features launching in the Mobile-Friendly Test and Rich Results Test tools to show rendered HTML among other functionalities added today.

Google Webmaster Tools on twitter announced the release stated, “For developers of JavaScript sites, we just launched 🎉 new features in the Mobile Friendly & Rich Results tools to show rendered HTML….”

The update now live will help developers of JavaScript sites to more efficiently identify and correct errors to make their sites more mobile-friendy and rich snippets compatible in Google search results using these tools.

Additionally, Google is also adding some additional features for the both of the test tools to analyze a site’s console log, exceptions, and stack traces.

Google is also having a session at Google I/O named deliver search-friendly JavaScript-powered websites.

In the image shared by Google you can see how it looks when a JavaScript site is run through the mobile-friendly testing tool:

Google Mobile-Friendly Test Tool Rendered HTML for JavaScript Site

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