Progressive web apps will be a bridge for those gaps between mobile app and website. In June 2017, Recode published a study that confirmed that many professionals are already spinning a language: the boom of traditional applications has passed, and the percentage of those who uninstall applications continues to grow. Obviously, there are many benefits […]
Here is a list of what a progressive web application can / should offer: Responsive: to fit any form factor Connectivity independent: Progressively-enhanced with Service Workers to let them work offline App-like-interactions: Adopt a Shell + Content application model to create appy navigations & interactions Fresh: Transparently always up-to-date thanks to the Service Worker update […]
A new Angular Service Worker — creating automatic progressive web apps. Part 1: theory https://medium.com/progressive-web-apps/a-new-angular-service-worker-creating-automatic-progressive-web-apps-part-1-theory-37d7d7647cc7 A new Angular Service Worker — creating automatic progressive web apps. Part 2: practice https://medium.com/google-developer-experts/a-new-angular-service-worker-creating-automatic-progressive-web-apps-part-2-practice-3221471269a1
Questions about NGSW: 1. If we installed an app using AngularCLI but forgot to add ServiceWorker, ho...
To add a SW to a new app we use ng new my-project –service-worker which adds the service-worker package along with setting up the necessary files to support service workers To add SW to an existing app Add the service worker package. Enable service worker build support in the CLI. Import and register the service […]
1. A Service Worker is a script which runs in the web browsers and manages the caching for web applications. This script runs in the background and don’t need any user interactions. They can query a local cache and deliver a cached response, if it is available in the cache. This makes your webapp more […]