Overview of the Mobile App Development Cycle
- Native applications versus progressive applications
Progressive Web Apps Go Native
- Backward compatibility
- Feature parity
Progressive Web Apps and Push Notifications
- Push API
- Notification API
Preparing the Development Environment
- Installing and configuring Angular CLI
- Creating server files that enable HTTP
Developing and Transforming the Application
- Coding a todo list Angular application
- Adding the NPM packages necessary to integrate the PWA
- Overriding the default "themes" with personalized styles (icons, etc.)
- Editing the manifest files
Optimizing the Angular Progressive Web App
- Accessing cached API with Service Worker
- Customizing cached information depending on whether online or offline
- Creating and styling push notifications
Deploying the Application
- Running the Angular application on a mobile emulator or a mobile device
- Proof checking the Angular application with Lighthouse to determine if it meets the PWA standard
Summary and Conclusion
- An understanding of Angular
The general knowledge sharing by Narendra and all the dev resources shared
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The practical experience of actually working with the code
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interesting showing the topic
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I liked your jokes
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część o RxJS
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I liked the communication and way of passing knowledge.
Marcin Wojdowski - PSI Polska Sp. z o.o.
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Good material! The trainer is a really nice guy which helps a lot!