PWA Update 2019: Modern Web APIs for even better Progressive Web Apps

Session Abstract

PWA is a great application model: These cross-platform, web-based apps work offline, can show push notifications and run in an own window (desktop) or standalone (mobile). Google’s Project Fugu will bring even more native functionality to the web, such as notification badges, wake locks and native file system access. Thinktecture’s Christian Liebel, GDE for Web Technologies, shows you how those APIs will pave the way for an even brighter future for Progressive Web Apps.

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