Learn how to create a React PWA step-by-step using the create-react-app library and KendoReact UI components
In this GIF Guide, Tara Manicsic walks you through the steps necessary to create a Progressive Web App (PWA) with React and KendoReact.
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In-depth reference, method and event listings for every corner of the framework
Learn How to create a View PWA using the create-react-app library and Kendo UI components for Vue
Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) help us create more accessible and engaging web applications. We have a few great posts to help you learn more about PWAs: this series from Raymond Camden. Today, we can jump into creating a PWA using the handy PWA template from the Vue CLI. We'll first create an application using the Kendo UI components which will help us quickly build out a responsive and accessible web application.
Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) are growing in popularity and are growing in importance for web developers. Let's—gently—dive into the basics.
Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) are increasingly important for web developers. We covered the basics before—now we'll tackle the "discoverable" aspect of PWAs.
In part three of this series, we cover one of the more complex aspects of the PWA - the Service Worker. This is key to making your web app act more like a native app.
In this series we've already covered the basics of PWAs, including app manifests and service workers. Here we'll tackle devtools, and I'll also share helpful resources.
Web App, build a hybrid app using Cordova, build native iOS and Android apps using frameworks like NativeScript or React Native, or choose some combination of all of these things.
Technologies like web push notifications, web app manifests, and service workers provide the foundation for building web apps that are far more reliable and performant than ever before.
A new way to deliver amazing user experiences on the web.