Progressive web apps are an exciting concept, but it can be difficult to transform a traditional website into a progressive web app. The beauty of progressive web apps, however, is that you can start right now and incrementally push out new features. You don't have to just dive into the deep end and implement every feature all at the same time. Take it slow.
My name is Jeremy McPeak, and from all of us here at Envato Tuts+, thank you for watching!
1.Introduction1 lesson, 02:03
2.Getting Started4 lessons, 34:07
3.Caching Resources5 lessons, 40:57
4.Background Sync3 lessons, 23:35
5.Notifications2 lessons, 21:35
6.Making the Application Installable1 lesson, 08:14
7.Conclusion1 lesson, 01:07
Progressive web applications are an exciting concept. And it's easy to get sucked into this world of enhancing your applications. Now I don't know if it's the correct word to use, but I've been fantasizing about the features and ideas that I can implement in the existing applications that I am responsible for. But a lot of the time, it can be difficult to get from a traditional website or application to a progressive web app. But the beauty of this technology is that you can start right now and incrementally push out new features. You don't have to just dive into the deep end and implement everything right off the bat. Just take it slow. Start with a service worker to provide simple offline access, and then add more capabilities as time permits. Be sure to check out the description for this lesson. There you'll find several links to reference material, as well as other documentation. Thank you so much for watching this course. Please feel free to contact me through Twitter or the Tutsplus forums if you have any questions. From all of us here at Tutsplus, thank you. And I will see you next time.