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offline-plugin - Offline plugin (ServiceWorker, AppCache) for webpack (https://webpack.js.org/)

  •    Javascript

This plugin is intended to provide an offline experience for webpack projects. It uses ServiceWorker, and AppCache as a fallback under the hood. Simply include this plugin in your webpack.config, and the accompanying runtime in your client script, and your project will become offline ready by caching all (or some) of the webpack output assets.

pwmetrics-helper - 🎩 A helper for working with individual Progressive Web App metrics (via Lighthouse)

  •    Javascript

The pwmetrics module exposes the ability to get use performance metrics out of Lighthouse. This includes the ability to perform multiple runs. This module provides a simple API on top of pwmetrics for plucking out values of specific metrics. runs specifies the number of runs of Lighthouse to perform via pwmetrics before a median score is returned. This module generally defaults to 3 runs.




shopping-list - A series of Offline First shopping list demo apps, each built using a different stack

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Note: This is a work in progress. Shopping List is a series of Offline First demo apps, each built using a different stack. These demo apps cover Progressive Web Apps, hybrid mobile apps, native mobile apps, and desktop apps.

shopping-list-polymer-pouchdb - Shopping List is an Offline First demo Progressive Web App built using Polymer and PouchDB

  •    HTML

In this code pattern, we will create an Offline First shopping list. Shopping List is an Offline First demo Progressive Web App built using Polymer and PouchDB. This app is part of a series of Offline First demo apps, each built using a different stack. Credit goes to Bradley Holt for this Polymer/PouchDB implementation. Want to take your Watson app to the next level? Looking to leverage Watson Brand assets? Join the With Watson program which provides exclusive brand, marketing, and tech resources to amplify and accelerate your Watson embedded commercial solution.

shopping-list-preact-pouchdb - Shopping List is an Offline First demo Progressive Web App built using Preact and PouchDB

  •    Javascript

This code pattern is a reference implementation of an Offline First shopping list app, built as a Progressive Web App using Preact and PouchDB. This app is part of a series of Offline First demo apps, each built using a different stack. This shopping list app is a small single page web application consisting of an HTML file, a couple of CSS files, and a single JavaScript file, the Preact framework, and the PouchDB library. The web page will allow multiple shopping lists to be created (e.g., Groceries, Clothes) each with a number of shopping list items associated with them (e.g., Bread, Water).


shopping-list-vuejs-pouchdb - Shopping List is an Offline First demo Progressive Web App built using Vue

  •    HTML

This code pattern is a reference implementation of an Offline First shopping list app, built as a Progressive Web App using Vue.js and PouchDB. This app is part of a series of Offline First demo apps, each built using a different stack. This shopping list app is a small single page web application consisting of an HTML file, a couple of CSS files, and a single JavaScript file, the Vue.js framework, and the PouchDB library. The web page will allow multiple shopping lists to be created (e.g., Groceries, Clothes, etc.) each with a number of shopping list items associated with them (e.g., Bread, Water, etc.).

so-pwa - A progressive web app to read Stack Overflow content.

  •    Javascript

This is a sample progressive web app which uses the Stack Exchange API to fetch the top questions and answers from Stack Overflow for a given tag. Please read the guide to contributing prior to filing any pull requests.

add-to-homescreen-control - This library allows you to programatically control Add to Homescreen banner behavior

  •    Javascript

This library allows you to programatically show Add to Home Screen banner. This feature is available from Chrome 68 but the library works on the older versions aswell. It's recomennded to read useful information section before using this library to avoid common problems and gotchas. enable(): void - enables capturing of beforeinstallprompt event and all the librarys behavior. You need to invoke this function as fast as you can to use all the other parts of this library.

shopping-list-react-pouchdb - Shopping List is an Offline First demo Progressive Web App built using React and PouchDB

  •    Javascript

In this code pattern, we will create an Offline First shopping list. Shopping List is an Offline First demo Progressive Web App built using React and PouchDB. This app is part of a series of Offline First demo apps, each built using a different stack. This shopping list app is a small single page web application using the React framework and the PouchDB library. The web page will allow multiple shopping lists to be created (e.g., Groceries, Clothes) each with a number of shopping list items associated with them (e.g., Bread, Water).

shopping-list-vanillajs-pouchdb - Shopping List is an Offline First demo Progressive Web App built using Vanilla JS and PouchDB

  •    Javascript

This code pattern is a reference implementation of an Offline First shopping list app, built as a Progressive Web App using plain JavaScript (affectionately referred to as Vanilla JS) and PouchDB. This app is part of a series of Offline First demo apps, each built using a different stack. This shopping list app is a small single page web application consisting of an HTML file, a couple of CSS files, and a couple of JavaScript files, and the PouchDB library. No other JavaScript framework framework (such as jQuery or Ember.js) or library other than PouchDB is used. The web page will allow multiple shopping lists to be created (e.g., Groceries, Clothes, etc.) each with a number of shopping list items associated with them (e.g., Bread, Water, etc.).

affilicats - 🐈 Progressive Web App demo that showcases flaky network resilience measures (πŸ“Ά or πŸš«πŸ“Ά)

  •    Javascript

A Progressive Web App demo that showcases various flaky network resilience measures. The core idea is to simulate an affiliate or comparison app with various API calls (e.g., for prices, stars, reviews, location, photos) proxied by dummy lorem ipsum type APIs where the conversion action is to click through to a third-party and place the affiliate cookie (that's the click the app never wants to lose).

workers-react-pwa-example

  •    Javascript

Combining the power of Cloudflare Workers and React will allow you to render the same React code you would on the browser on Cloudflare Workers. In order for this application to work, you'll have to be able to serve /worker.js from your own origin. This example uses terraform to upload the worker script to Google Cloud Storage, but you are welcome to use any other origin.