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Progressive Web App is a hot topic on the web right now.
As per recent studies ( Comscore ), users spend more time ( 87% ) on the native app compared to the mobile web because native apps are more predictable, they work offline, show notifications and have access to mobile sensors.
However, 78% of the time is spent in the user’s top 3 apps, and the rest of the apps just sit there and eat up the memory.
Mobile web, on the other hand, has a better reach ( 100 visits/ month for an average user ) but does not does have a native-like experience.
Through this slide you will learn, how we can combine the capabilities of native apps and the reach of the web, to get the best of both worlds, using Progressive Web Apps with WordPress.
According to skilled.co 47% of customers expect a webpage to load in 2 seconds or less before they consider leaving.
This means low speed kills and we need an app that is performant.
You will learn about my experiences in building a Progressive Web App with WordPress, that earns a place on the user’s home screen, works offline, sync in the background and bring the user back with push notification.
A few lessons and tips will be shared for anyone who wants to build a new Progressive Web App with WordPress or convert their existing WordPress site into a PWA and give their users a fast, reliable and engaging experience.