In this course, we will be learning how to create Progressive Web Applications (PWA) using React
Bit of History
In 2015, designer Frances Berriman and Google Chrome engineer Alex Russell coined the term “progressive web apps” to describe apps taking advantage of new features supported by modern browsers, including service workers and web app manifests, that let users upgrade web apps to progressive web applications in their native operating system (OS). Google then put significant efforts into promoting PWA development for Android. Firefox introduced support for service workers in 2016, and Microsoft Edge and Apple Safari followed in 2018, making service workers available on all major systems.
By 2019, PWAs were available on desktop browsers Microsoft Edge (on Windows) and Google Chrome (on Windows, macOS, Chrome OS, and Linux).
- Lecture 1:Introduction to React.Js
- Lecture 2:Introduction to PWA – Progressive Web Applications
- Lecture 3:Creating PWA – Progressive Web Application
- Lecture 4:Exploring Application Structure and Workflow
- Lecture 5:Making Use of React Hooks
- Lecture 6:Build and Serve Project
- Lecture 7:How to use a service worker
- Lecture 8:Offline Cache
- Lecture 9:Exploring Manifest.json
- Lecture 10:Installing Progressive Web App in Chrome Browser
Let us start learning to create Progressive Web Applications