Jarek Lipski: https://www.linkedin.com/in/loomchild/
Untitled Factory Studio, PARIS: https://studio.untitledfactory.com
PWA is a set of technologies designed to make faster, more capable web sites. They load fast, are available offline, are secure, can be accessed from your home screen, have push notifications, and more.
-- Luke Wroblewski, notes from Jason Grigsby's talk
Unique visits Saturday (per 30 min)
Other conferences: FlowCon
Active users (5+ bookmarks)
Using Stale-While-Revalidate strategy to handle schedule
Pre-caching static resources (shell, images, fonts)
No-caching of real-time information (room full)
There are client-side full-text search libraries, such as Elasticlunr or Fuse.js
Update automatically on next visit, can invite the user to do immediately.
Add To Home Screen (A2HS)
Offers almost universal support:
Happens automatically on first visit
Which design system: Material Design, Human Interface Guidelines?
Nokia N900 app
The Case for Progressive Web Apps by Jason Grigsby - An Event Apart: video
Progressive Web Apps book by Jason Grigsby: excerpt
The offline cookbook by Jake Archibald: article
PWAs on iOS: article
All powerful front-end developer talk by Chris Coyier, JAMStack: video
Why “Progressive Web Apps vs. native” is the wrong question to ask by Dan Dascalescu: article
Progressive Web Apps simply make sense by Jason Grigsby: article