Course Outline


Drupal and Web-Content Management Frameworks

  • Processes and Modules used to manage content on web applications

Overview of the Web Application Development Cycle

  • Native versus progressive
  • Front-end versus back-end

Progressive Web Apps Go Native

  • Cross-platform
  • Backward compatibility
  • Feature parity

Progressive Web Apps and Push Notifications

  • Push API
  • Notification API

Preparing the Development Environment

  • Installing and configuring NPM
  • Creating server files that enable HTTP

Creating and Transforming the Website

  • Coding a to do list Drupal website
  • Installing the NPM module "PWA Module"
  • Overriding the default themes with personalized styles (Icons, etc.)

Optimizing the Application

  • 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  on a mobile emulator or a mobile device
  • Creating server files that enable HTTPS


  • Proof checking the Drupal website with Lighthouse to determine if it meets the PWA standard

Summary and Conclusion


  • Experience with Drupal


  • Developers
  14 Hours


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