the pwa checklist
Native apps were lauded for their swift and nimble response to user input. Use single-page applications and status bars to replicate this experience on your PWA.
Users can (and should) add PWAS to their devices’ start screens. This requires the presence of a metadata file, whose contents regulate the presentation of content.
allow deep links
PWAS differ from native apps due to their more expanded ‘social’ features. One neat aspect involves ‘deep links’, which enable users to share parts of the application with friends and colleagues.
analyse with lighthouse
Space constraints prevent us from providing a complete list of all PWA to-do items. Lighthouse, found at developers.google. com/web/tools/lighthouse, automatises the checklists for you. It happily runs from the shell, from Node.js or from the Chrome Developer Tools.