Beyond Offline

Using a custom service worker to expand on your browser’s capabilities.

Flaki
Flaki
Sep 1, 2015 · 10 min read
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“Offline” — photograph by Eric Valli
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Will my mobile network hold up?
What if there is a tunnel coming up ahead of us?
I should have opened this in a new tab so at least I could have read the remainder of my feed while (if ever!) this loads!

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Progressive Apps: What’s Next for the Web Platform? — Alex Russell

Workers back in service

Why this?

How does it work?

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The transparent BPG service worker polyfill in action!

…how is this an improvement again?

A word on Progressive Enhancement

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“Progressive Enhancement” by Kevin Cornell

How about other browsers?

MDN Fellowship

…or “How did we end up here?”

MDN Fellows & Mentors hard at work!

MDN Content Kits

Teaching the web — one repository at a time

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The Content Kit format was developed by the bright folks responsible for MDN’s world-class docs on web technologies!

What’s next?


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