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Re: The Beauty of Progressive Web Apps
Posted by: Vivian Wagner 2019-09-07 09:19:41
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As more Web traffic comes from mobile devices -- particularly traffic to e-commerce sites -- it's becoming ever more important for businesses to have content that loads onto small screens easily, quickly and effortlessly. To some degree, native mobile apps until now have filled that need, but they have significant limitations. They must be downloaded, and they don't necessarily have all the functionality of full-fledged websites. It's at this juncture that progressive web applications come in. PWAs exist in a space between apps and websites.

Re: The Beauty of Progressive Web Apps
Posted by: SeatAmigo 2019-09-07 09:29:18 In reply to: Vivian Wagner
Vivian is spot on. When deciding to build our Seat Amigo app, it was a rather easy choice to make it a PWA. No 30%, cost, no subject to Apple/Google random updates and one code base across all platforms. Our Seat Amigo app works great, is light and is always up to date for the customer.

Trivago, Tinder, Starbucks have gone or are going PWA. I believe there will be no more app store in 5 years.
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