Progressive Web Apps Development
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Home - This site is about my deep technology dive into PWAs technology to have some understanding of it, and figure out a PWA Development Architecture for creating this site.
About - I’m a computer systems and electronics engineer with decades of passion pursuing what’s new and improved within the industries.
Glossary - A list of PWA terms with accompany definitions
Tech Links - Collection of PWA Tech Links
PWA Elements - The elements used to build the Development Architecture
Gatsby - Gatsby is a blazing fast PWA generator for React
Git - Git is a source-code management system for tracking changes in computer files and coordinating work on those files among multiple people.
GitHub - GitHub is a web hosted repository for Git projects. It helps software teams collaborate and maintain the entire history of a projects code changes
GraphQL - GraphQL is a query language and execution engine connected to any backend service
Image Processing - Gatsby provides multiple solution for adding image files to projects
IndexDB - IndexedDB is a web browser standard interface for a transactional local database
HTML - Define the content and structure of web pages
CSS - Specifies the layout and style of web pages
Markdown - Markdown is regular text with a few non-alphabetic characters added. It is designed so that it can be converted to HTML
Service Workers - Service Workers are at the core of PWAs, because they allow caching of resources and push notifications, two of the main distinguishing features
Netlify - Netlify is an Application Delivery Network service providing continuous deployment
PWA: Progressive Web App - PWAs are web apps developed using a number of specific technologies and standard patterns to allow them to take advantage of both web and native app features
Styling - Styling specifies the layout and style of web pages
VScode - Vscode is an alias for the Microsoft Visual Studio code editor. It is Central Command for building PWAs