Futuristic Website Development – PWA and Offline Accessibility
The session will start with an Introduction to PWA and how PWA can help developers improve the user experience and following a demo which will demonstrate converting an existing dynamic website to a PWA with service worker, caching of assets and user information and making the entire website available for offline access. Sending and displaying of push notification will also be a part of the demo.
Objective of the session:
To help web developers to understand and implement PWA into their existing and new websites.
Who can attend this session?
What all will be covered in the session?
- Adding PWA and service workers to an existing website
- Caching of Static Assets and User data
- Using Navigator to detect internet connectivity
- Installing PWA on phone and optimizing performance
- Push Notification
Benefits/Take away for the attendees:
Working knowledge on creating a PWA, push notification on websites, adding service workers and making a website accessible offline.
Pre-requisites to attend the session:
- Basics of HTTP – Request/Response
Founder and CEO, LectureNotes
Ayush Agrawal is the founder of a product which is loved by engineering students throughout India and Pakistan. Starting from a mild beginning, his product is now used by over 1 Million users every month. A businessman by birth, an Electrical Engineer by degree and a CEO by role of LectureNotes, known for his positive and optimistic attitude, his dynamic range of acquaintances and a sense of adventure that knows few bounds.