Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard of PWAs or Progressive Web Apps. It’s a hot topic right now because it’s support is increasing in multiple platforms, and major companies are deciding to work on PWA versions of their web apps including Twitter, Lyft, Starbucks, NASA, and more.
Recently it gained more attention, when Apple announced Service Worker and Web Manifest support for Safari. Microsoft brought PWAs to the Windows store, and Chrome has experimental PWA support for all the platforms.
Okay that should be enough to convince you that they’re worth going through.
So this article is a summary of the concepts and approaches that Progressive Web Apps follow. I’ve written this from my experience building them, and I outlined this article after going through the
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