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friday 9 Apr 2021 Web Stories2021-04-09
The coronavirus pandemic has increased our collective screen time, and that’s particularly true on mobile devices. According to a new report from mobile data and analytics firm App Annie, global consumers are now spending an average of 4.2 hours per day using apps on their smartphones, an increase of 30% from just two years prior. In some markets, the average is even higher — more than five hours.
In the first quarter of 2021, the daily time spent in apps surpassed four hours in the U.S., Turkey, Mexico and India for the first time, the report notes. Of those, India saw the biggest jump as consumers there spent 80% more time in smartphone apps in the Q1 2021 versus the first quarter of 2019.
Dynamic URL Rewriting At The Edge Comes To Cloudflare In The Form Of Transform Rulesblog.cloudflare.com
Cloudflare has just announced the availability of Transform Rules for all Cloudflare plans. I had access to 2 URL Rewrite Rules in the free plan.
Transform Rules provide Cloudflare administrators with the ability to create URL rewrite rules. They can reroute or modify HTTP requests before they’re passed to servers.
At the moment it only supports URL rewrites, they have plans to support additional rule types in the near future (such as HTTP request header modification).
It should be available in the Rules section of your Cloudflare dashboard.
More info in their help documentation.
Cloudflare is making infrastructure changes to simplify customer configuration, and reduce the number of IPv4 addresses that could potentially interact with your origin on Cloudflare’s behalf.
If your security model relies on allowing a list of trusted Cloudflare IPs from cloudflare.com/ips (or via API) on your origin, please make the following changes to your allow list by May 7, 2021. This change is safe to make today.
This change delists the 184.108.40.206/12 prefix, which is no longer in use by Cloudflare infrastructure. These addresses will be repurposed for use with our Gateway and WARP (secure web gateway and VPN) products, and may carry traffic from untrusted sources in the future.