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Building Voice into Your Webapp
Featuring Alex Lakatos
How to build a PWA and stay sane: Introduction to Workbox
Featuring Alan Semenov
Build progressive web apps with Angular
Featuring Simona Cotin
Open Source, eCommerce PWA based on Vue.js
Featuring Filip Rakowski
This talk will focus on a project that achieves to do much more than typical PWA offline caching and make eCommerce fully offline-ready. Vue.js and Progressive Web Apps features to make some eCommerce rocket-science. We'll take a look at problems we faced and how we handled them in VS.vue.js pwa ecommerce open-source
How to not break your site with Service Workers
Featuring James Milner
The advent of Service Workers has brought a lot of additional power to web applications. In conjunction with the Cache API the two can allow developers to override the default network request behaviour of the browser, augmenting it with their own logic and caching workflows. In this talk we will...
PWAs - more than lighter mobile apps
Featuring Christian Heilmann
There is a lot of confusion about what Progressive Web Apps are and if everything we do now should be one. Let's talk instead about what the tech stack that allows for PWAs can solve a lot of problems across the board - desktop apps, mobile apps and web sites. PWAs are a great opportunity to...
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