Mobile usage is increasing continuously and companies have now started focusing more on the development of mobile-friendly sites to ensure optimal user experience. It was the year 2015 when developers at Google created Progressive Web Apps (PWAs). At Google, I/O 2016, Alex Russell, a software engineer at Google stated that Progressive Web Apps “blur the line between web content and apps, but they keep the strengths of the web”.
Developers are continuously in search of easier and conventional ways to develop and deploy apps across the web and mobile. Progressive Web Apps offer a seamless and an intuitive flexible user experience. It also made things easy for developers. Now there is no need to worry about different versions of the same code for various platforms.
Getting started with Progressive Web Apps is quite easier than it seems. It is very much possible now to take an existing website and convert into a PWA.
The infographic takes you on an exciting journey of understanding every aspect of Progressive Web Apps.
The infographic summarizes nearly everything Progressive Web Apps entail. PWA, however, is not limited to the features and benefits detailed here. Exploring the end-to-end Progressive Web Apps spectrum requires you to delve deeper and understand the technologies behind them.