the pwa check­list

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load ‘Smoothly’

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.

pro­vide meta­data

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.

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