Progressive Web Apps work anywhere from iOS to Windows, run offline and can make use of native functionality such as camera access or geolocation. Thinktecture’s Christian Liebel shows you the technological foundations of this very promising application model—in action!

What you'll learn from this tutorial:
Learn how to:
- Develop your first Progressive Web App
- Implement offline availability using service workers
- Send push notifications even when the app is closed
- See your PWA in action on a mobile or desktop device


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Giovanni Davì at 17:17 on 6 Jun 2019

Very interesting tutorial, thanks Chris

Rowan at 17:51 on 6 Jun 2019

Very insightfull tutorial, well told and very good examples. Thanks!

Thanks for the tutorial, I learned a lot.

Only one comment: about the usecase of the todo list.
It would be better instead to have a usecase where there is an API available, e.g. newsmessages of today, to show in the UI of the PWA. And be able to create a comment in the PWA and post it back to the API.

Peter Keizer at 18:43 on 11 Jun 2019

I learned a lot. Christian is very knowledgable and was able to explain both the theory and the practical implementation clearly, so the whole thing was easy to follow.
Also he seemed to have incorporated enough slack to be able to answer individual questions and problems, so it never felt rushed. That's a quality I often miss with other conference tutorials.

This was great.