Development and Optimization
PWA technical features
Once the website is developed, the next step is to add additional capabilities such as push notifications, offline support, and device-specific capabilities. Push notifications allow users to receive updates on their device about new content or changes to the website. Offline support allows a user to still access the website even if they do not have a connection. To do this, the website must be stored in the browser’s cache, which can be done using service workers. Device-specific capabilities include the ability to access device-specific features such as the camera or GPS in order to provide a more immersive experience. Finally, the last step in the development process is to test and deploy the PWA. This includes ensuring that the website is optimized for all devices and browsers, testing features such as push notifications and offline support, and ensuring that the user experience is smooth and seamless. Once the PWA is tested and deployed, users can start to enjoy the benefits of the website both on desktop and mobile devices.
The process of developing a PWA for different platforms saves development costs. Developing a native application for different platforms requires the use of different programming languages with the help of separate experts, while PWA development, with a single engineering structure, will be available for a variety of platforms.
UI & UX
In conclusion, Progressive Web Apps are a great way to provide a native-like experience to users on both desktop and mobile devices. The development process requires a strong understanding of web technologies, as well as a dedication to creating a product that is optimized for both desktop and mobile devices. By utilizing features such as push notifications, offline support, and device-specific capabilities, PWAs are able to provide a more immersive experience to users.
In the next session, we will explain the software requirements for Progressive Web App Development.