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Maximiliano Firtman wrote
Following Adobe announcing the end of development for PhoneGap and PhoneGap Build, Maximiliano Firtman looks at what PhoneGap provided, and what it really means for current needs.
Adobe PhoneGap wrote
Since [PhoneGap]’s beginning in 2008, the market has evolved and Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) now bring the power of native apps to web applications. PWAs are increasingly bridging the gap between web and native mobile apps through capabilities such as offline support, push notifications, home-screen icons and full-screen view control without the need for containers.
Jeremy Keith wrote
After the link to Aral's post yesterday, some details in this post from Jeremy Keith.
Aral Balkan wrote
deleting all local storage (including Indexed DB, etc.) after 7 days effectively blocks any future decentralised apps using the browser (client side) as a trusted replication node in a peer-to-peer network. And that’s a huge blow to the future of privacy.
Would you like to be able to control when a #PWA is updated on your device?
It would be useful for example to prevent consuming too much data in roaming, like I often do with native apps.
Martin Kleppmann, Adam Wiggins, Peter van Hardenberg and Mark McGranaghan wrote
I talk a lot about POSSE these days, but it's mainly about content, not applications. For them, it is often difficult to host a solution yourself, but relying on a third-party solution in the cloud also raises many concerns, to which the Ink & Switch team is trying to find a solution:
Stéphanie Walter wrote
Awesome article about everything you have to take into consideration when planning to use Push notifications.
Paul Kinlan wrote
Inter-app communication is one of the major missing pieces of the web platform, and specifically one of the last major missing features is native level sharing: Web apps need to be able to get data out of their silo and into other web sites and apps; they also need to be able to receive the data from other native apps and sites.
Aaron Gustafson wrote
Maximiliano Firtman wrote
I think there is a silent war between Android and Chrome, and the first one seems to be ahead. PWAs on Android could have a much better experience, and it could have more supporters if the Android team could push this a little further, letting some game changer abilities get into the platform.
I love when Web site/apps work even when I'm offline. I've made my SVG game esviji work offline thanks to appcache just after attending Jake Archibald conference about why Application Cache is a Douchebag during the 2012 edition of the Paris Web conference. Fortunately, we have now Service Workers (in some browsers), which gives us more control over this kind of cache for offline browsing. But as Uncle Ben says, “With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility”.
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