Automate Google Lighthouse Reports

Testing is paramount when building sites to ensure the user's experience is consistent and of course — works. One of the tools in testers' toolkit is Google Lighthouse. In this post, learn how to automate Google lighthouse results using Node.js.
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Automate Google Lighthouse Reports was originally published on Mar 17, 2020 and has recently been updated on Aug 6, 2020 to reflect emerging trends.

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