Adding PWA support to any site

Adding PWA support to any site

PWAs (Progressive Web Apps) are becoming a thing. They enable you to install the app as a local program / app, with their own icon in the taskbar and can be launched from the start menu. Let's discuss a few reasons why PWAs are the right way to go forward. PWAs are powerful, effective, fast and app-like. The improved speed, and the easiness that requires no installation or updates makes PWAs a developers choice. Development cost is drastically reduced since there is no need to create a mobile app. Native mobile apps need ratings to get them to show up in searches in the app store, you probably already have SEO working for your website so no more is needed. Sharing a link to a website is far easier than giving the name of the app for the user to try and find on their own. They have offline support, and can send push notifications if the user allows. Whilst there...
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The Shivisi App

The Shivisi App

Computers are the most incredible devices. Yet they are also the most abused devices too. When you are having a hard day and then your PC freezes or does things you never asked it to, we tend to put the blame on the computer. We will curse it whether out loud or in our minds. Sometimes even threatening it, other times almost smashing the screen etc. (more…)...
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Deploying to Azure – part 1, Creating a build pipeline

Deploying to Azure – part 1, Creating a build pipeline

Ever since I started using Azure DevOps for source control, I always looked at Azure hosting as a scary monster! It looked huge and menacing. I would think of it as a great tool for someone who spends many hours learning all the ins and outs of it. However having since deployed my first website to Azure web app hosting, I find myself looking at Azure in a new way. (more…)...
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