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Prebid.js 2.0 Released

Prebid.js 2.0 is a minor major release Compared to Prebid.js 1.0, the 2.0 release will be a non-event for most sites. The Prebid.js team has adopted a policy of incrementing the major version number whenever there’s a ‘breaking change’ –…

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Prebid.org Website Updated

Highlights: Prebid.org is more than Prebid.js: Prebid.js is likely to remain our most important product, but the new website has placed Prebid SDK and Prebid Server on equal footing with it – all products are in their own areas now.…

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Prebid.js 1.0 is Released!

We’re pleased to announce the release of Prebid.js 1.0! Download it or build it from master! As a publisher, you can look forward to the following improvements when adopting Prebid.js 1.0: Universal ad unit type support for native, video, and…

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Announcing Prebid.js 1.0

Prebid 1.0 - here at last It’s been a long time since we first released Prebid.js; so long, in fact, that people have questioned why were are still a pre 1.0 library. While I’d like to think it’s because we…

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Prebid Adds Support for Mobile App Header Bidding

Last week, the prebid-mobile-android and prebid-mobile-ios repositories were open-sourced under the Prebid GitHub project. The addition of these libraries marks another milestone for Prebid, representing its first formal steps towards providing an end-to-end open-source header bidding solution for mobile app…

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Prebid.js Releases Outstream Video Support

(This post first appeared on the AppNexus Product Blog.) Late last year, Prebid.js took an important first step beyond traditional display advertising formats with a release of formal support for instream video. Today, Prebid.js is doubling down on its focus…

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Happy Birthday, Prebid.js!

The Beginning About a year ago, the publisher engineering team at AppNexus began noticing a common problem with some of our forward-looking publishers: many of their websites were taking a long time to load. Since all the pages were written…

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