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A Case For Progressive Web Apps: Why You Can’t Ignore Them

Why You Can’t Ignore Progressive Web Apps
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These days, the discussion about Progressive Web Apps is often primarily focused on whether they will replace native apps or not. And while this might be an interesting topic to talk about, people forget about the first and foremost intent PWAs were built for: Enhancing the web’s user experience.




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