Tag: responsive design

Why build Progressive Web Apps? – PWA #01

Why build Progressive Web Apps? – PWA #01

With the advent of Progressive Web Apps (PWA), web apps have become just as capable as native apps, supporting features such as push notifications, offline functionality, instant loading, and Add to Homescreen, without giving up the reach of the web. With Progressive Web Apps, you can build responsive, native-like, experiences for the mobile web. Slides…

AMPize Tutorial | Build a PWA website with AMP using a Rest API

AMPize Tutorial | Build a PWA website with AMP using a Rest API

This is a quick tutorial video of AMPize.me, a platform to build native valid AMP html sites within a progressive Progressive Web application shell. In this tutorial we build the AMPize version of The Guardian news website in 5 minutes – from plugging the data source to building the site. Sign up for a free…

Why Build Progressive Web Apps?

Why Build Progressive Web Apps?

The hardest problem with software is distribution. App developers often spend more on distribution than they earn back. This problem is solved by the web platform, however web apps have historically been less capable than native apps. With the advent of PWA’s, web apps have become just as capable as native, supporting features such as…

Designing with Chrome DevTools from Paul Bakaus

Designing with Chrome DevTools from Paul Bakaus

Developer Advocate at Google, and jQuery UI and the Aves Engine creator Paul Bakaus talks about making DevTools a tool for Designers as much as for Developers, Responsive Design Controls, and Animation. Read more on our blog.. http://conference.awwwards.com/ https://twitter.com/awwwards

Responsive Design with AMP

Responsive Design with AMP

Did you know you can develop fully responsive web pages with AMP that work on mobile, tablet and desktop? Watch this video to learn everything about responsive design with AMP! Style & Layout on AMP → https://goo.gl/EXewBV Watch more Amplify episodes → https://goo.gl/B9CCl4 Subscribe to the The AMP Project YouTube channel → https://goo.gl/g2Y8h7