zvelo Announces Enhanced Categorization Support for Single-Page Apps and Multiple-Page Apps

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zvelo, the market leader for web content categorization and malicious detection, today announced enhancements to its classification services to support the fast-growing breed of Single-Page App (SPA) and Multiple-Page App (MPA) websites.

zveloAPI for precise web content classifications and malicious detection

zveloAPI for Precision Web Content Classification

"We’ve seen a growing trend amongst website developers to use innovative approaches to design using Single Page Apps and Multiple Page Apps and we are proud to be able to deliver highly accurate categorization support for these new and evolving types of sites.”

“zvelo is excited to kick off 2020 with additional enhancements to our web content categorization engine,” commented Jeff Finn, zvelo CEO. “We have invested more than a decade into building and maximizing our underlying infrastructure and methodology to drive unparalleled standards for categorization accuracy and coverage across the web — including at the full-path page, post or article level. We’ve seen a growing trend amongst website developers to use innovative approaches to design using Single Page Apps and Multiple Page Apps and we are proud to be able to deliver highly accurate categorization support for these new and evolving types of sites.”

Web developers are gravitating towards new front-end JavaScript frameworks like Angular, React or Vue to build faster, more visually compelling, interactive, and responsive websites designed to improve the end user experience. These frameworks enable developers to build sites that are modular in nature and create components with their own unique styling which can be easily reused across different pages. These frameworks allow web developers to shift towards building sites which render the HTML on the client-side vs the more traditional Server-Side Rendering (SSR). The Client-Side Rendering (CSR) poses a challenge because it impedes how the HTML of a website is traditionally inspected and categorized.

According to a recent W3Techs Web Technology Survey, Angular and React JavaScripts currently make up more than 4% of the top 1000 websites and are growing rapidly. The growth of these front-end development frameworks used to build Single-Page Apps, Multi-Page Apps, Progressive Web Apps and other applications which favor the Client-Side Rendering of HTML, are key drivers in zvelo’s ongoing pursuits to provide the market’s leading content categorization and malicious detection services.

About zvelo, Inc.
zvelo provides the market’s leading content categorization, malicious and phishing detection services and databases, with a mission of making the internet safer and more secure. zvelo is the trusted partner for many of the world’s leading network security, big data analytics, threat intelligence, and ad tech suppliers, with its technology and data integrated into web and DNS filtering, parental controls, subscriber analytics, brand safety, endpoint security, and contextual targeting applications.

Learn more at: http://www.zvelo.com

Corporate Information:
zvelo, Inc.
8350 East Crescent Parkway, Suite 450
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Phone: (720) 897-8113
zvelo.com or pr@zvelo.com

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