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trends - ultra high performance github trending application

  •    Javascript

The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

preact-starter - Webpack3 boilerplate for building SPA / PWA / offline front-end apps with Preact

  •    Javascript

Using preact-starter will kickstart your next application! 💯 It is designed to fit the "90% use-case" for those who want to build offline-first web apps (see features below).

react-isomorphic-video-game-search - An Isomorphic application demo powered by React, reflux, react-router-component, express, superagent and the Giant Bomb API

  •    Javascript

An Isomorphic application demo powered by React, reflux, react-router-component, express, superagent and the Giant Bomb API. An excuse to share my research and get feedback as I prepare to launch a large React-powered app.

airhorn - Air horn

  •    Javascript

A sample web app that lets you use your site as an airhorn. It demonstrates simple offline usage combined with simple audio looping via web audio.

flowloop - A Pomodoro-like timer for hyper-productivity

  •    Javascript

Flowloop is a productivity timer that helps you maintain a state of flow. It keeps you aware of time without having to interrupt you.Schedule work better. You'll be able to do around 10 laps in one typical work day. Awareness of laps will help you schedule your time wisely.

Prelude - A web app for practicing musical sight reading skills

  •    Javascript

A web application made for practicing reading sheet music, and perhaps more. This project is still in development.

ember-service-worker - A pluggable approach to Service Workers for Ember.js

  •    Javascript

ember-service-worker is built and maintained by DockYard, contact us for expert Ember.js consulting. Please do! We are always looking to improve this library. Please see our Contribution Guidelines on how to properly submit issues and pull requests.

paper-todo - React-Redux Todos PWA

  •    Javascript

The classic Todos Tracker as a Progressive Web App. Built using React, Redux, leveraging styled-components, PaperCSS, Service Worker tools. Data is retained using localStorage.

cloud-native-pwas - Cloud Native Progressive Web Apps with Spring Boot and Angular

  •    Shell

Clone this project, start each Spring Boot app, then start the Angular client. To run the client and all the servers, execute ./run.sh, or execute the commands in this file manually.

django-progressive-web-app - Looks like an app, feels like an app, but NOT an app.

  •    Python

This Django app turns your project into a progressive web app. Navigating to your site on an Android phone will prompt you to add the app to your home screen. Launching the app from your home screen will display your app without browser chrome. As such, it's critical that your application provides all navigation within the HTML (no reliance on the browser back or forward button).

loiane.github.io - loiane.github.io

  •    HTML

To install this project, you'll need the following things installed on your machine. This will give you file watching, browser synchronisation, auto-rebuild, CSS injecting etc.

offline-plugin-pwa - PWA for offline-plugin made with offline-plugin

  •    Javascript

This is a Progressive Web App built with offline-plugin for offline-plugin to demonstrate its abilities and provide minimal example of its usage.

blog-pwa - An experiment in mixing Hugo and Polymer PRPL into a progressive web app blog.

  •    Javascript

An experiment in mixing Hugo and Polymer PRPL into a progressive web app blog. The gist of the tools employed and their uses include.

progressive - This is the repository for my course, Building a Progressive Web App on LinkedIn Learning and Lynda

  •    Javascript

Native apps do things like work offline and load on a device's home screen. Until now, mobile web apps accessed in a browser lacked those features. Progressive web apps correct these shortcomings. A progressive web app—like the one you build in this course—is 1) fast loading 2) responsive 3) able to work offline using service workers, 4) secure using HTTPS, and 5) installable using a special manifest. Ray Villalobos takes you the extra steps to make your web apps progressive, using a custom version of the Bootstrap framework and modals and templating system called Handlebars. Follow along to learn how to create interactive navigation, dynamic and responsive content such as carousels and multimedia, offline capabilities with service workers, and a more integrated launch experience with an app manifest file. This repository has branches for each of the videos in the course. You can use the branch pop up menu in github to switch to a specific branch and take a look at the course at that stage. Or you can simply add /tree/BRANCH_NAME to the URL to go to the branch you want to peek at.

lengstorf.com - Source for lengstorf.com, Jason Lengstorf's personal site.

  •    Javascript

This is a Gatsby-powered site where I talk about the things that I'm doing to try and live the best life I can, both professionally and personally. All of my blog content lives here, including unpublished drafts (but be nice; they're not edited). I also keep track of post ideas as issues and encourage discussion about those ideas to make sure I am 1) making sense, and 2) not sounding like a dick.

pwa-angular4 - A progressive webapp with Angular 4 (PLEASE NOTE: angular 5 support PWA )

  •    TypeScript

A progressive webapp with Angular 4 (PLEASE NOTE: angular 5 support PWA )

preact-minimal - 🚀 Minimal preact structure

  •    Javascript

Minimal preact structure. But when you have an idea and want to start coding right away, then it becomes really hard and time consuming to setup and have your application ready to start your development.