I’ve written this article at the end of my latest Angular4 project: Moveseats.com , which was architected to work in real time across many clients (See demo). Now its time share what I learnt while its still fresh!
Git repo link (For walkthrough below)
If there are issues or helpful improvements you wish to make, leave a comment or fork my repo, Thanks.
A reactive application can help to create:
A reactive applications can be the right choice if you have any of the following…
I’m currently working on further parts to sw-toolbox tutorials, so stay tuned!
What are the things you need to make a our site look great:
No one wants to use an app that doesn’t work. Apps with circuitous menu routes, extra pages and forms will cost you users.
How to store external API responses to decrease page response time
Welcome back, if you haven’t checked out the last article on setting up static asset caching do this here: [Part 1]
Dynamic asset caching
When you have external API links such as to Wordpress, Googleapis (fonts) or a CDN their may be responses you wish to cache for a period (> day, week etc) such that the user doesn’t spend time downloading old content.
Blogs and fonts
In my case this example I pulled blogs from a Wordpress site and several fonts from fonts.google.com, …
What it is, why you should use it and how to code it in less than one hour
Service worker reduces your apps load time significantly by caching essential content to the browser. If you have any of the below capability in your app you should definitely read on: