If you’re working on the Web, you’ve probably heard something about Progressive Web Apps. But what exactly are they and what kind of benefit will they bring you? With this book, you’ll gain a practical understanding along with the skills needed to use Service Workers and other technology central to building Progressive Web Apps. PWAs are pushing the mobile web forward, aim to bring parity to web and native apps, and help mobile developers reach users beyond the confines of native app stores.
With this book, learn how to build websites that take advantage of features that have so far been the exclusive domain of native apps. Reach out to your users with push notifications and homescreen icons, speed up your site significantly and provide a fully functional app even when your users are offline or suffering from bad connectivity.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Introducing Progressive Web Apps Chapter 2. Your First Service Worker Chapter 3. The CacheStorage API Chapter 4. Service Worker Lifecycle and Cache Management Chapter 5. Embracing Offline First Chapter 6. Storing Data Locally with IndexedDB Chapter 7. Ensuring Offline Functionality with Background Sync Chapter 8. Service Worker to Page Communication with Post Messages Chapter 9. Grabbing Homescreen Real Estate with Installable Web Apps Chapter 10. Reach Out with Push Notifications Chapter 11. Progressive Web App UX Chapter 12. What’s Next for PWAs
Title: Building Progressive Web Apps: Bringing the Power of Native to the Browser Author: Tal Ater Length: 275 pages Edition: 1 Language: English Publisher: O'Reilly Media Publication Date: 2017-07-25 ISBN-10: 1491961651 ISBN-13: 9781491961650
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