What are Progressive Web Apps?
Progressive means work for every user, regardless of browser choice, because they are built with progressive enhancement and fit any form factor, desktop, mobile, tablet, or whatever is next in other words we can say that it should be responsive Web Application and always up-to-date. Progressive Web App in simple terms is a Web App which uses latest web technologies to deliver an app experience to users. Which have certain requirements like deployed to servers, accessible through URLs, and indexed by search engines. A Progressive Web App have must have qualities like Responsive, Connectivity independent, App-like, Fresh, Safe, Discoverable, Re-engageable, Installable, and Linkable. A developer can deploy app as a Progressive Web App as well as Native app and take advantage of both channels.
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PWAs vs Native Mobile Apps
Progressive Web Apps and Native Mobile Apps both are fast, easy to install and carry almost the same functionality.
The main difference between Progressive web apps and native apps is that native apps are made for one specific platform – whether it be Android, iOS, or Windows Phone. Native App developers use the tools provided by the operating system owner so that its functionalities can be accessed in a specific platform. On the other hand, web apps behave the same as native apps but aren’t in control of all of the hardware. They are coded to be used in a browser like a website but can be “installed” on a phone by just pinning the page to the home screen.
Course provides by Webz Academy to build the Progressive Web App in Mohali, Chandigarh
Webz Academy provides this course for Building a Progressive Web App (PWA) that feels like an iOS & Android App, using Device Camera, Push Notifications and more. In this course you will learn:
- What is Progressive Web App?
- How it different from Native Apps
- Build your first Progressive Web App
- Comparing PWAs and SPAs
- What is “Progressive Enhancement”?
Use App Manifest
- Using an App Manifest to Make your App Installable
- App Manifest Properties
- PWAs and Browser Support
- Installing the Web App – Prerequisitess
- Understanding manifest.json
The Service Workers
- Understanding Service Worker Events
- The Service Worker Lifecycle
- Service Worker Browser Support
- Registering a Service Worker
- Updating & Activating Service Workers
- App Install Banne
- Deferring the App Install Banner
Indexed DB and dynamic data
- Understanding the Basics
- Setting Up Firebase
- Connecting Frontend to Backend
- Introducing IndexedDB
- IndexedDB Browser Support
- Adding the IDB File
- sing IndexedDB in the Service Worker
- IndexedDB and Caching Strategies
Responsive User Interface UI
- Understanding Responsive Design in our Project
- CSS and Media Queries
- Using Images in a Responsive Way
- Adding Animations
- The Viewport & Scaling