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A few months ago, we wrote about the release of Chrome 70, its slew of new features, and what this update meant for the future progressive web apps (PWAs). To quickly recap, Chrome 70’s release allowed PWAs to be installed on a user’s device via the browser, much like a native app with new features […]

Getting ready to kick off your next mobile application project and not sure whether to build a native mobile app or a Progressive Web App? This guide is for you! At Ionic, we are fans of both traditional mobile apps (the kind you download from the app stores and install on your device) and Progressive […]

Last week, Google released Chrome 70—its latest update, which introduced a slew of new features like public key credentials, enhanced Web Bluetooth support, and, most importantly, added support for Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) on Windows. This newly added feature by the behemoth organization marks a significant stride for PWAs, which have recently become more pervasive […]

Anyone who follows Ionic closely knows we’re all-in on Progressive Web Apps. And while many of our readers have a double Master’s degree in PWAs by now, we know that lots of you are just climbing onboard the PWA hype train. To help anyone curious about PWAs, and to round out the story for people […]

What is going on, folks! Mike here, with some incredible news. As of today, Edge and Safari have both shipped support for Service Worker in their developer previews! 🎉🎊

There’s a fundamental flaw in the way we define a good mobile experience today. The talk is almost always about performance. Faster load times! Smooth scrolling! Sure, all that’s great and it does make for a nice mobile app experience. But the definition is too narrow. It’s all about what happens inside the mobile app. […]

In the last year, Progressive Web Apps have become an incredibly popular way to build next generation apps. PWAs bring many advantages to the table, and in today’s post I’d like to share why we think you should care. Why should I care about PWAs? PWAs bring unique advantages to the table for developers building […]

This is a guest post from Yann Braga. Yann recently won our Ionic Jedi Hackster contest, so we wanted to bring him on as a guest blogger to share his story with us… Greetings, folks! My name is Yann Braga and I’m a full stack developer based in Fortaleza, Brazil. On a computer, in a […]

We’ve been talking a lot about Progressive Web Apps—web apps built using modern standardized web APIs like service workers, web manifest, and web push, that provide an app-like experience delivered through the browser. Maybe you’ve built a few yourself by now. Progressive Web Apps have certain important advantages over native apps, especially for the next […]

Building progressive web apps can be hard. Getting what is traditionally considered a “native” look and feel on the web is something that many web technologies are just getting the hang of. The awesome thing about Ionic is that we specialize in providing the native look and feel PWA’s strive for, with performant, native style […]

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