Can someone tell me the differences between a Hybrid Mobile App and a Progressive Web App and their advantages?
Solution A hybrid mobile app usually refers to an application built using a combination of web and native technology that is distributed via a native app store. These apps go through Apple, Google, Microsoft, etc's app store review proce
Total newbie question.
Tl;dr - Can a progressive web app be registered as a share option in Android?
In Android, we can “Share” things to other installed Android apps. For example, let’s say I have Chrome for Android and the Google app installed on my Android device. I can share a web site which I am viewing in Chrome to Google by going to Chro
In 2015 Google introduced a new approach for developing web apps for Android: progressive web apps. One can create an application that will look like a native application, will be able to use device's hardware like camera and accelerometers, receive push notifications, have a launcher icon, work in offline, store local data, etc.
On Android, what
I'm researching progressive web apps, and i was wondering if it's possible to integrate this technology with existing ASP.NET MVC web applications.
Also, is it possible to host a progressive web app on IIS or ar
I have my HTML5 game hosted in www.mygame.com and I followed on this doc the result show only visit website button in Chrome web store:
The question is how to add my game shortcut in chrome://apps/ and when users click on game icon will link to www.mygame.com
This is my manifest.json:
"name": "Math Booster",
I'd like to start developing Google Chrome extension using node.js (since I've already written a "text-to-song" script in node.js, and I'd like to turn it into a Chrome extension.) What would be the most straightforward way of approaching this problem?
Solution Actually it is. Look at this Developers Live-cast. This is something I've been looking
I'm developing a progressive web application (PWA) that will eventually send notifications to users.
I already know I'm able to send push notifications (like any regular app), as explained in the following blog post: https://developers.google.com/web/fundamentals/getting-started/codelabs/push-notifications/?hl=en-us.
I also know that I can add a PW
In these demos, there are logos on the splash screens.
I don't know what I am doing wrong in my manifest - I have an icon but it is not showing up on my splash screen.
My manifest looks like this:
"short_name": "Weather Service",
"name": "Weather Service",
actually i want to make a request to GCM to send a notification through XHR
I already make request to GCM using the cURL utility but i don't know how to do it with XHR. Is there any way to do that
Solution You can not. At least, not directly because GCM API does not include CORS headers so it is not intended to be used from the browser. You need t
Understandably, Progressive web apps(PWA) are added to home screen after the user visits the web app in supported browser(chrome for now I guess) and clicks on "Add to Home Screen". This works fine for publicly available PWAs.
Thinking of Enterprise android applications, which needs to be installed to thousands of devices via some app push tools