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I'd like to translate the article dev.to/pixeline/the-easy-way-to-tu... into Japanese and publish on our tech blog techracho.bpsinc.jp/ for sharing it if you're OK.
I make sure to indicate the link to original, title, author name in the case.
Sure ! As long as you indicate the links and authorship, feel free to translate it into Japanese. "Aligato !"
Thank you for the permission! Sure I do.
Hi Alexandre, thank you for the very helpful article. Having built many websites over the years I'm now looking into PWAs as a way of offering different builds for clients. This is a great step forward in that. Thanks again for sharing.
I share pretty much the same story ! Happy I could help a bit!
It's very helpful, thank you. Out of interest, was the WordPress PWA more difficult? I'm looking to build a PWA for Joomla
The hard point to solve for me was "what content should I show when there is not connection?" and once you have that figured out, it's just a matter of having WP make it available to the ServiceWorker.
Ok thanks. Something for me to think about
I like that post. Mucho.
Just shared it with the colleague who wrote this one: PWA Example: Progressive Web App E-Commerce with GatsbyJS. 🤘
Been a year since you first wrote it. Anything you'd change?
Hi! Thank you. As a matter of fact, I 've kept updating it. Eventually, with a public repository of a PWA boilerplate.
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I'm currently in the process of creating a PWA with angular cli tools like @angular-cli/serviceworkers. Can anyone show me a direction towards it? A blog link or something like that? Angular4 and above, using the CLI.
I'm having website developed in codeigniter and having index.php in the root folder, so can I convert my website into PWA..
I'm trying to migrate it but it's giving an error..
Is there any problem with .php files in PWA
The short answer is : no problem !
Thank you, Alexandre, for wrapping up the topic of PWAs! I didn't know anything about upup.js, so it was truly an insightful read.
My pleasure. This library should definitely be more popular !
I agree with this picture, application should be set in one click to attrach more users. I have a nice article about web App and web site development difference designmodo.com/web-application-int...
Hey! I have a website (for sexual education) and in some countries, mainly in South Africa, users take too much time loading the website, I don't know if I should make my website into a PWA or is it better only use AMP? for which kind of websites would you recommend to use PWA?
PWA is well suited for your use case, especially if the content does not change that often. I would stay away from AMP, honestly.
Thanks for this great insight ;)
UpUp rocks...and so do you
Great information, thanks for this!
Wonderful, thanks !
Nice work here! I like most the different resources that you’ve provided to help with this
Any tutorial for adding push notification using firease/one-signal to this pwa?
Alexandre, great article.
One question, can we have single code base for WebApplication and mobile app for PWA?
yes, that's the whole point of a PWA. But then, on iOS you'll be more limited than on android.
The earth is flat
Actually, I find more interesting to transform native mobile apps into PWAs rather than webs. Replacing mobile apps with PWAs is the only way to truly universal apps. But it will be a bit harder.
True that! I'm just waiting for all browsers ahem Safari to support PWAs. We shouldn't be needing a store to get apps from. The web & a browser is all one shall needeth! :P
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