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Estimated Reading Time 4 minutes A progressive web application (PWA) is a hybrid internet revolution.
This new web technology enhances UX giving the user more opportunity.
In this article, I’m explaining what it means for your business and why you should care.
This innovation was created by taking the best bits of a native app and web app, in essence creating the best of both worlds.
For a PWA to work there a two elements which are needed, The Service Worker and The Web App Manifest.
Would you be happy letting your competitors “steal” your customers just because they had to first download the app to use it?
I hope you read these the way I think and feel about this subject: “This is it and the time is right.” You are now tethered to your CMS system. Take any CMS system of today as an example and you’ll realise that your storefront always needs to be redone on another system to make use of it’s features.As a front-end developer, this is the web I always wanted it to be.I’ll do my best to make that point as clear to you as it is to me. https://youtu.be/Psg W-0M67TQ In a nutshell, there are three major reasons why PWA wins the future: Reliable – Loads instantly even under poor network conditions Fast – Smooth UI animations, no glitches and no waiting Engaging – Look and feel of a native mobile app with an immersive user experience It is a fact that native mobile apps convert more (6%) then regular desktop (4.2%) or mobile web-sites (2.3%).To give the application it’s native appearance, a the Web App Manifest is used to describe the application and the Service Worker is used similar to the cache.