Progressive Web Apps
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Progressive Web Apps teaches you PWA design and the skills you need to build fast, reliable websites by taking you step-by-step through real world examples in this practical tutorial. Foreword by Addy Osmani, Google.
Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications.
About the Technology
About the Book
Progressive Web Apps teaches you PWA design and the skills you need to build fast, reliable websites. There are lots of ways you can use PWA techniques, and this practical tutorial presents interesting, standalone examples so you can jump to the parts that interest you most. You'll discover how Web Service Workers vastly improve site loading, how to effectively use push notifications, and how to create sites with a no-compromise offline mode.
- Improved caching with Service Workers
- Using manifest files and HTML markup
- Push notifications
- Offline-first web designs
- Techniques for data synchronization
About the Reader
About the Author
Dean Alan Hume is a coder, author, and Google Developer Expert. He's passionate about web performance and user experience.
Table of Contents
PART 1 - DEFINING PROGRESSIVE WEB APPS
PART 2 - FASTER WEB APPS
PART 3 - ENGAGING WEB APPS
PART 4 - RESILIENT WEB APPLICATIONS
PART 5 - THE FUTURE OF PROGRESSIVE WEB APPS
- Understanding Progressive Web Apps
- First steps to building a Progressive Web App
- Intercepting network requests
- Look and feel
- Push notifications
- Offline browsing
- Building more resilient applications
- Keeping your data synchronized
- Streaming data
- Progressive Web App troubleshooting
- The future is looking good
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