UDEMY 2021 - Angular Progressive Web Apps (PWA) MasterClass & FREE E-Book

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Practical Guide to Angular 6 Progressive Web Applications (PWA)

You can find "Download Link" as a button at the end of this article.

What Will I Learn?

  • Learn in detail multiple features made available by the Angular Service Worker
  • Learn How to turn your Angular Application into a PWA
  • Learn How to turn your Angular Application into a PWA

  • Make your Angular Application Downloadable and Installable
  • Make your Angular Application Downloadable and Installable

  • Make you Angular Application One-Click Installable with an App Manifest
  • Add an Application Shell for boosting Initial Startup Performance
  • Add Push Notifications using the Angular Service Worker
  • Improve Application Performance with Application Data Caching
  • Learn Service Worker Fundamentals
  • Learn the Service Worker Lifecycle in Detail
  • Debug Service Workers using the Chrome Dev Tools
  • Requirements

  • Just some previous knowledge of Angular and Typescript
  • Description

    In the first part of the course we are going to dive straight into the Angular Service Worker and the built-in Angular CLI PWA support. We are going to take as the starting point a plain Angular Application, and we are going to start adding PWA features on top of it in order to turn it into a Progressive Web Application.

    We will start by adding the Angular Service Worker and have the Application Download & Installationfeature up and running. We will learn all about Application Version Management and we will learn about the multiple caching strategies available for caching not only the application bundles, but also the application data.

    We will then add an Application Shell using the Angular CLI and Angular Universal, and make the application One-Click Installable using an App Manifest. Finally we will add Push Notifications to the application using the Angular Service Worker, for a complete mobile-like PWA experience.

    This Course In a Nutshell – Part 2 – Service Workers Fundamentals

    In this second part, you will learn about Progressive Web Applications in general (including Service Workers, App Manifest, and the Cache Storage API.), and you will use these APIs to implement several native-like features: One-Click Install, Offline support, application download and installation, application data caching and more.

    We will also learn Service Worker Web Fundamentals from first principles using built-in browser APIs directly and we will confirm our understanding of what is going on in every step of the way using the PWA built-in Chrome Dev Tools.

    The knowledge learned on this section has a long shelf live, as its about browser fundamentals and how the new PWA Web works in general, so everything learned here is still applicable to any other development platform other than Angular.

    Why PWAs? Build the Future Of the Web Today

    The future of the Web is clearly going in one direction: Progressive Web Applications! With the upcoming Safari support and the ability to install a PWA directly to a Windows desktop, PWAs are the new generation of web applications that will bridge the gap towards Native Apps: this will even include in the near future things like Bluetooth and Payments.

    PWAs look and feel like native apps, but there is no App Store and all its issues involved: instead a web application can now be installed directly to the user desktop or home screen with one single click!

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