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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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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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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Chrome 50 And Web News

  Web Bluetooth You can access user-selected Bluetooth devices over GATT. You can try it in Chrome behind flags:chrome://flags/https://greenido.wordpress.com/2016/03/01/chrome-50-and-web-news/enable-web-bluetooth If you wish to learn more on the web Bluetooth, try this the demo code. Last note, for more details on the implementation (e.g. which pieces are done in which releases) star this repo github.com/WebBluetoothCG/   DevTools Want to […]

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