Progressive Web Apps on iOS are here 🚀

With iOS 11.3, Apple has silently added support for the basic set of new technologies behind the idea of “Progressive Web Apps” (PWAs). It’s time to see how they work, what are their abilities and challenges, and what do you need to know if you already have a published PWA.

⚠️ Updated version of this article ⏩ firt.dev

This App is a PWA and it appears full screen -offline capable- on an iPad. It also appears in the iPad dock as any other native app from the App Store.

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mobile+web developer, author, trainer, speaker | Check firt.dev for more articles and learning experiences | PWAs, Web Performance, JavaScript, Mobile Apps

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mobile+web developer, author, trainer, speaker | Check firt.dev for more articles and learning experiences | PWAs, Web Performance, JavaScript, Mobile Apps

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