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Ico
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Ico
10 days 12 hours ago

Great talk. One thing I want to add: for a simpler apps using a big framework like react or Angular will be overkill, I suggest to give a try of vanilla JS with minimal template engine. I recently successfully packed whole app in under 45kb (gzipped ) – html, js, css and cached data – blazingly fast and felt very responsive, also occupying little space on device memory. So my suggestion is just give a try on using vanilla js for PWA.

Biresh Kumar
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Biresh Kumar
14 days 5 hours ago

grt job!!!!!#ritesh

Dan Dascalescu
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Dan Dascalescu
22 days 21 hours ago
Great talks! Here are some PWA stats/metrics from Lyft:Reach:* 8% of iOS and 3% of Android users on OS versions that will soon be unsupported* Windows Mobile app with no extra eng effort, and also,* Amazon Fire app (wrapper around the PWA)Reduced app install friction from 6 to 3 steps, reduced permission demands, and phone storage requirements.Deploying updates, fixes or A/B testing takes hours (PWA) rather than weeks (native).Download size: 1 MB! (vs. 75Mb for the native iOS app, and 16MB for the native Android app)App always up to date (no longer slowed by the app store approval process)PWA team:… Read more »
Ashish Kumar
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Ashish Kumar
27 days 4 hours ago

@ritz078 keep it up….!! Happy for you

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