John, Ward, and Dan Wahlin talk with Maxim Salnikov about his experience as a Progressive Web Apps PWA expert. Maxim discusses what they are and when he uses them, along with browser support, and how he uses service workers. Maxim shares a lot of tips on building and debugging PWAs
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Why should we plan for offline? How can service workers help? Developer and author Jeremy Keith dives into the whys and hows of building good offline web experiences.
Scott and Wes dive into the ins and outs, best practices and tasty tidbits of Progressive Web Apps.
JS Party #22: PWAs to eat the world. Or maybe not. News at 11 | News and podcasts for developers | Changelog
Jerod Santo, Safia Abdalla, Nick Nisi, and Kevin Ball talk about progressive web apps. What are they, what do they do, what are some practical ways of using them, and more.
Progressive Web Apps with Tara Manicsic on the Hanselminutes Technology Podcast: Fresh Air for Developers
The Hanselminutes Podcast by Scott Hanselman.
Progressive Web Apps are experiences that combine the best of the web and the best of apps! Does your app work offline or in low-bandwidth situations? What are the best practices that you can add in to your existing websites that would progressively turn them into a PWA?
Whether at home or at work, the web plays an increasingly critical role in our daily lives. As we have become more dependent on accessing the tools it powers, we’ve also struggled to overcome some of its limitations—network connectivity, for instance. At Microsoft, we’ve long been interested in the power of the web for software development and we are even more excited for the future possibilities offered by progressive web apps (PWAs). In this session, we discuss what PWAs are, how they can be integrated into the development process of modern websites, the advantages and disadvantages of PWAs vs. native development, and what opportunities they present when installed alongside native apps in Windows.
We discussed what Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) are and their benefits as they allow developers to create web apps that progressively light up features on modern mobile browsers to offer many features t
The New Builders Ep. 32: Predictable, Progressive, Performant – A SXSW Encore on Offline First Apps - developerWorks TV
Listen to Maureen McElaney, Gregor Martynus, Nolan Lawson, Dan Zajdband and Alex Russell present the SXSW panel, "From Mobile First and Offline First."
Ada-Rose Edwards @LadyAdaKing is a Web Developer, Developer Advocate for Samsung Internet and self-proclaimed “Web Fangirl”. She’s been instrumental in the development of the Financial Times App, one of the first applications to use HTML5 to deliver a great cross-platform experience that rivaled the quality of native apps. She is based in London, England and you can find her on the web at ada.is.
We invited her to chat with Chris Heilmann about the concept of Progressive Web Apps, what new technologies like Service Worker mean for the web and a few more of the technologies she explained in her article “The Building Blocks of Progressive Web Apps“. She had a lot of great insights into application development for the web and tips and tricks how to make them work for everybody.
This week we are looking at an article from Cloud Four and Jason Grigsby about PWAs.
In the article he talks about how to approach Progressive Web Apps not from a technical approach such as…
Add Service Worker
Do caching stuff
Dinner and cocktails
But instead the logistics of the design and approach. He talks about the tough things like
When is it an app and when is it a website?
What expectations do users have if it is one or another?
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