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Offline-First Progressive Web Apps (PWA) in Vue.js

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Progressive Web Apps are just Web pages, but with superpowers. They load under uncertain network conditions, even offline. They’re fast and engaging, providing the best user experience. They can be installed on your smartphone if the browser supports it, feeling like a native app.

In this course I’m gonna show you how to take an existing Single Page App made in Vue.js and pragmatically convert it to a Progressive Web App by creating a web manifest, then it goes through caching static assets, external resources and streams using service workers, applying code-splitting and lazy loading, notifying new versions of the app or wether is online or offline, understanding the preload and precache directives, finishing up by showing how to audit a Progressive Web App.

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Learner Reviews

  • Piotr Skuczyński
    2 years ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    This course covers lots of neat details about PWA and SPA performance. Definitelly watch it if you like to make your Vue apps work better using few simple technics.

  • pery mimon mimon
    2 years ago
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    What did you like about this course?
    • in start it hard to understand Alex speech but Transcript work well here.
    • the cures pass on all the impotent thinks and some stuff around .and make me feel as I can do that myself
  • Tim Corr
    3 years ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    This course was great because it covered a broad range of ideas, at least with regards to progressive web apps, without getting lost in the details.

  • Calvin Nguyen
    3 years ago
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    What did you like about this course and how will it help you?

    Outstanding overview! I really like the concise examples that are universally applicable. Thank you.

  • Brett Taylor
    3 years ago
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    It was thorough and covered some useful incidental topics along with what was advertised

  • Andrej
    3 years ago
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    It covered some pretty useful framework agnostic stuff, for example lazy loading images with intersectionObserver. I also liked that pwa functionality was added on top of a normal project (i.e. without having to use a PWA-template) progressively.

Course Content

1h 2m • 16 lessons

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