How To Build A Progressive Web App?

Why? Progressive Web Apps are all about an amazing experience. You PWA should combine the best of the web and the best of apps. In the example above (yep, the ‘Noter web app‘) you can see that it is useful from the very first visit in a browser tab, to the launch from a home screen. As the […]

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Progressive Web Apps – Noter

Progressive web apps are the future, and here is a demo that I built in order to feel the current challenges. How about a little tool that let you take notes? Yes, not too original, but still useful. It is currently can be found with 2 versions: Basic version – It contain service worker for offline, manifest and […]

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2015 Year Summary – Code, Books And Running

Overall, it was a very interesting and busy year. A quick overview on some of the fronts that kept me busy. Code On the coding front, it was a year that the ‘progressive web app‘ revolution started. It will be interesting to see what developers will build during 2016. You can see the main projects that […]

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Chrome 47 Updates And Web News

Input Device Capabilities: Chrome 47 has a new feature that makes it easier to understand the how users interact with your site: InputDeviceCapabilities! DOM input events are an abstraction above low-level input events, loosely tied to physical device input (e.g., click events can be fired by a mouse, touchscreen, or keyboard). However, there is a […]

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