Progressive Web Apps mit Angular: Das Web wird nativ(er)

Session Abstract

Progressive Web Apps (PWA) sind ein heißes und topaktuelles Thema in der Web-Entwicklung. Dank einer ganzen Reihe von Technologien und Vorgehensweisen aus dem PWA-Umfeld lassen sich Websites und Web-Anwendungen mit einigen zentralen und relevanten Features ausstatten, die bisher ausschließlich nativen Anwendungen vorbehalten waren: Offlinefähigkeit, Push Notifications, schnelles Startverhalten und installierbar – samt Homescreen-Icon. Christian Liebel zeigt Ihnen anhand eines durchgängigen in Angular entwickelten Beispiels, wie Sie solche PWAs mit Angular erstellen und somit sanft und sacht die Schlucht zwischen reinen Websites, Web Apps und hybriden/nativen Apps schließen können.

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