05.05.2021 | 

Webinar: Electron, Cordova & PWA – was, wann, wie & warum?

Write once, run anywhere – dieser alte Java-Traum ist dank Webtechnologien längst Realität geworden. Neuerdings haben Cross-Platform-Entwickler aber die Wahl zwischen altbewährten Ansätzen wie Capacitor und GitHub Electron, bei denen Web-Apps in native Container verpackt werden, und den neuen Progressive Web Apps (PWA), bei denen eine Webanwendung aus dem Browser heraus installiert wird. Optisch geben sich beide Methoden nicht viel, doch sie unterscheiden sich hinsichtlich der Verteilung und im Funktionsumfang.

PWA-Professional Christian Liebel erklärte im Webinar am 05. Mai 2021, für welche Anwendungsfälle sich PWAs eignen und wann Sie ergänzend oder alternativ zu Electron oder Capacitor greifen sollten.

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  • Cross-Plattform-Entwicklung
  • Progressive Web Apps
  • Electron
  • Capacitor
  • Vergleich der Technologien mit Vor- und Nachteilen
  • Q&A

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