Tag: web

Great Progressive Web App Experiences with Angular (Google I/O ’17)

Great Progressive Web App Experiences with Angular (Google I/O ’17)

Angular is a platform for building apps with the web, and supports Progressive Web Apps out of the box. Learn how Angular’s tools enable you to increase engagement with faster loads, offline access, and push notifications through progressive enhancement of your mobile web apps. Watch more Chrome and Web talks at I/O ’17 here: https://goo.gl/Q1bFGY…

Building for Your Next Billion Users (Google I/O ’17)

Building for Your Next Billion Users (Google I/O ’17)

New internet users are coming online around the world and are facing very different constraints to accessing the internet. In this talk, we’ll cover what we’ve learned from building experiences for new internet users and walk through how you can build great experiences that work well for billions of users around the world. Watch more…

Progressive Web Apps – PWA Roadshow

Progressive Web Apps – PWA Roadshow

Progressive Web Apps, or PWAs, are experiences that combine the best of the web and the best of apps. They load quickly, help you re-engage with users through notifications, and have other properties you’d normally only associate with native apps. In the first part of the Progressive Web App video series, you’ll find out how…

All you need to know about PWA (Progressive Web Apps)

All you need to know about PWA (Progressive Web Apps)

Progressive Web Apps are just great web sites that can behave like native apps. Microsoft is all in on PWAs, and that’s a good thing. Read: https://www.windowscentral.com/what-are-progressive-web-apps-video GEAR USED IN THIS VIDEO Camera http://thrifter.com/syD6 Lens http://thrifter.com/syD7 Subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/windowscentral?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WindowsPhoneCentral Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/windowscentral Twitter: https://twitter.com/windowscentral

The State of Progressive Web Apps – The State of the Web

The State of Progressive Web Apps – The State of the Web

Rick speaks with Tom Steiner about the state of Progressive Web Apps (PWAs). Watch their discussion for a better understanding of what PWAs are, how to build them, and how they’re changing the web landscape. Watch more State of the Web episodes here → http://bit.ly/2JhAzsh Subscribe to the Chrome Developers channel to catch a new…

Progressive Web Apps: Great Experiences Everywhere (Google I/O ’17)

Progressive Web Apps: Great Experiences Everywhere (Google I/O ’17)

Progressive Web Apps is a platform that delivers great experiences. Learn how PWA’s huge reach, low friction, high re-engagement and lower costs work for developers and businesses. This talk details new ways of building and distributing Progressive Web Apps on Android and other OSes that let you reach more users. Watch more Chrome and Web…

Service Workers and Progressive Web Apps

Service Workers and Progressive Web Apps

In this month’s episode Rick Viscomi and Jeff Posnick (Google Chrome Developer Relations) discuss the state of service workers. Service workers are a new kind of worker that gives progressive web apps more control over how resources are loaded over the network and cached. Jeff discusses some of the reasons why it might be a…

How to Enhance AMP with PWA – JS Roundabout – June 2018

How to Enhance AMP with PWA – JS Roundabout – June 2018

Presented by Mattia Assogna, software engineer at DAZN. AMP is essentially a performance optimized HTML and JavaScript framework designed to deliver content quickly. PWA is used to describe web apps that make use of modern browser features to deliver rich, app-like experiences taking advantage of Service Workers API for offline use, Push Api and Notification…

WordPress: How to add a category and make it a menu tab

WordPress: How to add a category and make it a menu tab

WordPress does not automatically make a menu tab for every category you create – so in this video we create a category in WordPress and show you how to make it a menu item. This is especially helpful when you have too many posts on one menu tab and you need to expand into an…