Aaron Gustafson avatar Aaron Gustafson

Your Site—Any Site—Should be a PWA

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PWAs don’t require you use a particular JavaScript framework or any JavaScript framework at all. You don’t need to be building a Single Page App either. In fact, it will probably be easier if you’re not. If you work on a website, there’s a really good chance your site could benefit from the technologies and approaches aggregated under the PWA umbrella.


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    Jeff Posnick

    How do you test a service worker, anyway?

    if you're writing a service worker from scratch, if you're using one of Workbox's more exotic plugins or custom strategies, or if your service worker's behavior is particularly important to your overall user experience, developing a test suite dedicated to your service worker can give you an important peace of mind.

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    Maximiliano Firtman avatar Maximiliano Firtman

    iOS PWA Compatibility

    This is a compatibility list of supported features on Safari on iOS and iPadOS vs. what's available in the most used PWA browser in current market share for similar mobile devices: Google Chrome on Android.