- you need a naTive app. That’s what we’ve been told repeat-edly since Apple first announced the iPhone App Store.
- And perhaps you do. Native apps can make sense depending on an organization’s size and needs.
- But what about potential customers who don’t have your app? Or current customers on a desktop computer? What about people with limited space on their phones who delete apps to make room for other things? What is their experience like?
- This is where progressive web apps (sometimes referred to as PWAs) shine. They combine the best features of the web with capabilities previously only available to native apps. Progressive web apps can be launched from an icon on the homescreen or in response to a push notification. They load nearly instanta-neously and can be built to work offline.
What you will learn:
- What is a progressive web app?.
- The case for PWAS(Progressive web app)
- Go through the decisions you will need to make about your progressive web app.
- How those decision impact the scope of your project.
- How to make the PWAS feel like an app.
- Progressive roadmap
Who should read this book:
This book is written for teams who are tasked with designing and building a progressive web app to understand what is being asked of them.