Join Ray Villalobos for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Building a Progressive Web App.
Bootstrap 3 is the version of Bootstrap I'm using in this course. Now you should be comfortable using terminal commands on your platform and have a background working with Node.js before you watch this course. Make sure that you've seen Up and Running with NPM, the Node Package Manager. The exercise files for this course are available to everyone in a GitHub repo, so if you want to follow along this course, you'll need to be familiar with how to work with repos. I'm going to assume that you already have Node.js as well as Git installed on your machine, but if you need help with that, a great resource is Up and Running with Git and GitHub.
Finally, this course requires a fairly complicated build process. Although I explain it in this course, you should take a look at Web Project Workflows with Gulp.js, Git, and Browserify so that you know how that works. So although this is not a beginner course, make sure that you understand some key technologies before taking this course.
- Using a progressive workflow
- Adding navigation HTML
- Making navigation interactive
- Adding data via templates
- Adding Bootstrap modals
- Adding a service worker
- Deploying your app