Progressive Web Apps Event At Campus TLV

Progressive Web Apps are experiences that combine the best of the web and the best of apps. They load quickly, even on flaky networks, can re-engage with users by sending web push notifications, have an icon on the home screen and load as top-level, full screen experiences. Here are the slides from the keynote I gave […]

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Progressive Web Apps – Offline And Add To Home Screen

Why? Progressive Web Apps are all about an amazing experience. To me, it’s the moment you see your users happy from the quality experience you gave them. Web apps should be useful to users from the very first visit (where it’s fast and useful even with bad connection), to the launch from a home screen or push […]

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Building a Progressive Web App

I think the web platform is awesome. Moreover, it got some impressive APIs that make it even more powerful. The web platform is easy to access (very low friction), no installs, easy distribution (without walled gardens), immediate redeployments and no single organization own it. Let’s see what do we mean when we are talking on progressive web apps. Progressive Web Apps […]

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A List Of Great Mobile Web Apps

In the past, I gave few presentations on ‘Modern web apps‘ and each time I tried to show compelling examples. Here is a new source (mobile web apps ftw) that might help you see what can be done (today) on the mobile web.Few good examples to checkout: Weather App Lanyrd (For your next conferences). Stanford Financial Times […]

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How To Build A Progressive Web App That Works Everywhere?

Progressive web apps are a huge opportunity for businesses. They are all about an amazing experience and make the user productive from the first visit. We wish them to be fast and reachable everywhere. I wrote in the past on ‘How to build a PWA‘ – But in this post, I will address the issues we face with the gaps in […]

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