How Do You Feel About Progressive Web Apps?

What do you guys think about progressive web apps?

I wrote an article about the basics of what makes a progressive web app and was just wondering what everyone thinks about progressive web apps?

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I love that the standards behind PWAs are now mature enough to use them in production.

Still, I see too many projects going PWA even though their product is rather a web page than an application just to have UX parity with native apps. The right tool for the right job is the way to go.

I think it's a great direction all in all, but I see way too many people thinking the technology on its own is going to save their UX when it's really just a tiny piece. It's still all about how you use it.

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