Learn to use React to create progressive web applications that combine features for offline use and network resilience.
- [Eve Porcello] As developers we're always aiming to make our products faster and more performant for our users. We want our users to be engaged and more and more people engaged with our products and mobile devices. One technology that has exploded in popularity lately has been progressive web apps. A way to use the technologies of the web to build apps that feel like native applications. Companies like the Washington Post, Twitter, and Pinterest are all investing engineering resources heavily in PWAs because they've seen these apps increase engagement and reduce data use. My name is Eve Porcello, and I'm a java script developer who really loves React. In this course we're going to show how a lot of the tooling around React makes it simpler to build PWAs. If you're interested in making apps that are fast, reliable, and performant, you're in the right place. Let's build a progressive web app.
- Creating a PWA component
- Fetching data with React hooks
- Running the build with npm scripts
- Auditing your app with Lighthouse
- Going offline
- Installing the PWA with Chrome and Safari for iOS
- Deploying your PWA on a hosting provider