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Laravel And PWA – Welcome ;) There are many articles on how to get laravel to work as a PWA but in this article i decided to use workbox which is the go-to tool for creating any PWA powered apps, while offering a full offline-mode experience to the user. First lets install workbox Next add the module to laravel-mix for the sw-offline.js file you are free to add any configuration you see fit, you can also check AddyOsmani gist to get you started, however here is what i currently have // note that “sw-offline.js” have to be available under the public folder b4 you run the build script or you would get an error. register the sw.js in your main js file Read More up until now we’ve done everything by the book, but what about serving the pages in offline mode ?

So to solve this we create a route for the offline fallback view next create the offline view and lastly add the “magic” logic to the sw-offline.js file.

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Are PWAs the Future of Mobile Commerce? Compared to a typical, mobile-optimized web page, progressive web apps may give mobile shoppers a better browsing and buying experience while helping online sellers attract more customers, convert at a better rate, and, ultimately, earn additional sales and profit. It is for these reasons that progressive web apps — PWAs — may be the next phase of mobile web optimization. Not long ago, optimizing a business’s website for mobile users was a competitive advantage. If you took the time to build a responsive web page that would adapt to small screens, deliver fast-loading images, and convert links to touch-friendly buttons, mobile shoppers would reward your company. This was especially true when most of your competitors didn’t offer a good mobile shopping experience.

Now, however, mobile optimization or even mobile-first web design is the standard. It is the ante, if you will, for doing business online. All of these requirements are just the sort of things a PWA can do. PWAs: Familiar Features.

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PWA starter kit: build fast, scalable, modern apps with Web Components (Google I/O '18) Web performance made easy (Google I/O '18) How we improved our PWA score by 53 points in 4 hours - madewithlove. A week ago Hannes and I attended PHPUK in London (You can read all about it here). We saw a lot of great talks and met numerous very smart people. Among these was Rowan Merewood, who gave a talk called “Progressive Web Apps in the wild”. He convinced me to try and add some PWA’ness to one of our applications, just to try it out. Hold up, what is PWA? So the first thing you should know about PWA (or progressive web apps) is that it’s an adaptation of your current site or web app. PWA turns your site/application into something that feels like a native application on supported mobile browsers (this is mostly Chrome on Android at the time of writing).

What is needed to make this happen? For this I’m going to steal some information from the developers.google pages: Progressive - Works for every user, regardless of browser choice because it’s built with progressive enhancement as a core tenet. That looks like a lot of work right? In reality most of this is not really new. Ok, let’s do this. How we improved our PWA score by 53 points in 4 hours - Freek Van der Herten's blog on PHP and Laravel. Uptime and SSL certificate monitoring doesn't have to be boring, confusing or expensive. Together with my buddy Mattias Geniar I'm currently building Oh Dear: a webapp to keep an eye on the health of your websites.

Register here to try it out. (sponsored link) On the madewithlove blog Frederick Vanbrabant wrote a post on how he and colleague improved the PWA score of their company site. So the first thing you should know about PWA (or progressive web apps) is that it’s an adaptation of your current site or web app. Web Worker API - Web API Referenz. Web Workers ermöglichen Entwicklern Skripte in einem Hintergrundthread getrennt vom Haupthread auszuführen. Dies hat den Vorteil, dass rechenintensive Operationen in einem gesonderten Thread ausgeführt werden können und somit der Hauptthread, der für gewöhnlich das UI bereitstellt, arbeiten kann ohne verlangsamt oder blockiert zu werden.

Web Workers Konzepte und Anwendung Ein Worker ist ein Objekt das mit einem Konstruktor erzeugt wird (beispielsweise Worker()) und eine JavaScript Datei mit Namen ausführt. In dieser Datei ist der Code enthalten der im Worker-Thread ausgeführt wird. Worker arbeiten in einem eigenen globalen Kontext, der vom aktuellen Hauptkontext window verschieden ist. Dieser Kontext ist durchdas Objekt DedicatedWorkerGlobalScope repräsentiert, falls es sich um einen dedizierten Worker handelt (also einen Worker der nur von einem Skript genutzt wird, was der Standard ist.).

Man kann bis auf einige Ausnahmen beliebige Anweisungen ausführen. Web Worker interfaces Worker. IndexedDB. IndexedDB ist eine low-level API für die clientseitige Speicherung großer Mengen strukturierter Daten einschließlich Dateien. Sie erlaubt auch Hochleistungssuchen dieser Daten durch die Verwendung von Indizes. Während der DOM Speicher nützlich zur Speicherung kleiner Datenmengen ist, ist er für größere Mengen strukturierte Daten wenig hilfreich. IndexedDB stellt hierfür eine Lösung bereit. Dies ist die Einstiegsseite der IndexedDB Referenz von MDN — hier stellen wir Links zur vollständigen API Referenz, Gebrauchsanleitungen, Unterstützungsdetails der Browser und einige Erklärungen des Schlüsselkonzepts zur Verfügung. Anmerkung: Die IndexedDB API ist leistungsfähig, kann aber für einfache Anwendungen zu kompliziert erscheinen. Anmerkung: Manche älteren Browser unterstützen IndexedDB nicht aber sie unterstützen WebSQL.

Schlüsselkonzepte und Gebrauch Lies mehr über die Konzepte hinter IndexedDB. Synchron und asynchron Speichergrenzen und Löschkriterien IndexedDB Schnittstellen IDBEnvironment. A Gentle and Practical Introduction to Progressive Web Apps. Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) are growing in popularity and are growing in importance for web developers. Let's—gently—dive into the basics. Progressive Web Apps Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) have increasingly become an important topic for web developers. If you've ever spent any time looking into the subject, it can be… a bit overwhelming.

What I hope to do in this article, and the ones that follow, is gently, and slowly, introduce you to the basics of PWAs, what they mean to me, and give you practical advice on how you can start building PWAs today. PWAs are new to me as well, so please let me know in the comments if you think I've made a mistake, or perhaps when you simply have an alternative take on the subject matter. What is a Progressive Web App, Exactly? Let's break it down. Hopefully I don't have to explain "web" - spoiler - you're on the web right now.

The final part, "app", is a bone of contention for me. However - every site can benefit from the features of a PWA. The Guidelines. A Practical Introduction to Progressive Web Apps - Part 3. In part three of this series, we cover one of the more complex aspects of the PWA - the Service Worker. This is key to making your web app act more like a native app. Welcome to the third part of my series on Progressive Web Apps (PWAs). In the first article, I introduced you to some of the basics of what makes up a progressive web app (PWA). I helped define a PWA as well as listed the various components of what makes up a PWA. In the second article, I focused in on the "discoverable" aspect of PWAs. I hope you've enjoyed it so far because this is the part where things get serious. Enter the Service Worker As a web developer, you probably have some experience with JavaScript. Service Workers operate in a completely new way compared to the past. Because of this, service workers also have certain restrictions.

At a high level, Service Workers provide support for three main features, of which only one is truly "required" for a PWA: Ready? Adding a Service Worker pwa-series.zip <! A Practical Introduction to Progressive Web Apps - Part 2. Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) are increasingly important for web developers. We covered the basics before—now we'll tackle the "discoverable" aspect of PWAs. In the previous article, I introduced you to some of the basics of what makes up a progressive web app (PWA). I helped define a PWA as well as listed the various components of what makes up a PWA. In this article, I'm going to focus in on the "discoverable" aspect of PWAs.

This comes down to how a website can describe itself. Enter the Manifest Adding an app manifest to your site is probably one of the easiest things you can do. Setting up the manifest allows you to: Control the icon a user sees when the site is added to their home screen (or again, their desktop). The code below, and all code listings for this series of articles, may be downloaded here. Let's begin with a simple manifest: In the JSON file above, only one field is defined, name. Congrats, you're done! And then there are a few more options as well: Embracing the Manifest. 4 Awesome Things You Can Do with the Vue.js CLI. The CLI provides some cool features for customizing new projects, prototyping, adding plugins and checking out your Webpack config without no-going-back ejecting.

Here's a quick rundown of each of these. By now, you've probably heard of Vue.js, that relatively new kid on the block in the front-end world that's been dominated by Angular and React for the past few years. Many of you reading this, in fact, likely identify strongly with either Angular or React as your framework of choice. And while I'd never try to talk you out of that preference, I do think that you should consider adding Vue.js to your toolbelt, even if only for prototyping and trying out new ideas. Editor's Note: If you are planning a Vue project, we recommend you review the "Planning a Vue Application" whitepaper Brandon Satrom authored before you start. There's a lot to love about Vue. First Things First, Install the Vue CLI Before we start, if you want to follow-along at home, you'll want to install the Vue CLI.

Tools  |  Tools for Web Developers  |  Google Developers. Service Workers: an Introduction  |  Web Fundamentals  |  Google Developers. Udacity - free - 3 courses.

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PWA vs. native apps. Vuejs-templates/pwa: PWA template for vue-cli based on the webpack template. Progressive Web Apps  |  Web  |  Google Developers. The Ultimate Guide to Progressive Web Applications ― Scotch. PWA progressive Web Apps.