Ok, so you have built an application which you believe is perfect. It runs nicely on your device, but does it work just as well on another? Is there any way to verify quality of your app so that you can ship something you can be really proud of? Read on to find out.
Office League was finally launched on the NDC 2017 developer conference in Oslo. We arrived on stand with two foosball tables and invited everyone to play. Since then, thousands of games have been played and hundreds of leagues and teams have been created. Office league is now being used on a daily basis by players primarily in Europe and the Middle East.
Progressive Web Applications is one of the hottest trends in Web Development right now, with more and more people willing to learn about the concept and technology. Most of the articles on this topic are either very low-level and difficult to devour for non-technical people or, on the opposite, very brief and shallow. In this blog post we tried to achieve the impossible - explain the concept behind PWA in a way that would be engaging and understandable not only for IT-professionals but also for those that are generally interested in what’s new and hot in the web industry today.
In a series of articles we explore all you need to know about how to design and build a Progressive Web App from scratch. What is it? How to build it? What components are needed? What are the back-end needs? What are the front-end needs?
What happens when our developers are challenged to choose a front-end framework suitable for our Progressive Web App, and at the same time to drop the RESTful approach for the new-kid-on-the-block: GraphQL? This is the second post where we share insight from our development team when building a PWA from scratch.
Have you been forced to build apps for iOS and Android to stay relevant? Are you annoyed by websites pushing it's native app every time you visit? Did you ever wish you could use web-technology instead? The solution is finally here - it's called Progressive Web Apps (PWA).