By Josh Morony
Generally, when you build an app with a HTML5 mobile framework like Ionic, you package it with Corodva (which wraps the application in a native shell, and provides access to native APIs) and put it up on the app stores to be installed on people’s device – this is a hybrid app. Skip the part where you build the application with Cordova, and just host your application directly on the Internet and you have a mobile web app or a progressive web app (PWA).
In this post, we will be covering what exactly a progressive web app is, we will be having a chat to Justin Willis, and also looking at some examples of progressive web apps out in the wild.
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