How to Install Progressive Web Apps in Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge
Progressive Web Apps, or PWAs, are the next big thing in the world wide web, pretty much because they come with a series of advantages over traditional desktop apps, but also when comparing them to the traditional approach of running everything in the browser.
First and foremost, PWAs are much easier to build, so the resources that developers must use for the creation of such an app is substantially reduced versus a desktop application.
And when looking at PWAs and apps running in the browser side by side, this new product category comes with major benefits, including notifications and a simplified interface that removes the browser controls that you otherwise don’t need.
Many developers have already joined the PWA push, and these include even tech giant Microsoft, who recently created a PWA for Outlook.com.
Without a doubt, this trend is likely to continue, especially as PWA can be aimed at more than just one platform. Outlook.com, for example, can easily be acc… (read more)