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Progressive Web Apps with Angular

Create Responsive, Fast and Reliable PWAs Using Angular

Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvii
  2. Majid Hajian
    Pages 1-8
  3. Majid Hajian
    Pages 9-27
  4. Majid Hajian
    Pages 29-70
  5. Majid Hajian
    Pages 71-105
  6. Majid Hajian
    Pages 141-168
  7. Majid Hajian
    Pages 169-199
  8. Majid Hajian
    Pages 201-227
  9. Majid Hajian
    Pages 229-253
  10. Majid Hajian
    Pages 255-282
  11. Majid Hajian
    Pages 283-288
  12. Majid Hajian
    Pages 289-330
  13. Majid Hajian
    Pages 331-345
  14. Majid Hajian
    Pages 347-365
  15. Majid Hajian
    Pages 367-374
  16. Back Matter
    Pages 375-380

About this book

Introduction

Harness the power of Angular to build fast, high performance progressive web apps that work offline. Learn exactly how to create an Angular Progressive Web App (PWA) from scratch, how you can use different tools to audit and improve it, and leverage Angular CLI or Workbox to turn your app into a PWA.

Using browser APIs – including the Credential Management, Payment Request, Geolocation, Web Bluetooth, WebUSB and Generic Sensors APIs – you can unleash the potential of PWAs and build applications that enhance user experience. Angular’s game-changing built-in features, including the Angular service worker module, can be leveraged to construct responsive and reliable PWAs that can look and feel just like native mobile apps. 

You'll learn how to boost your app speed, how to increase user engagement using push notifications, and how to implement offline storage and different caching APIs in Angular. You'll even see how to convert an existing Angular app into a PWA. 

Whether you’re new to building PWAs, or want to learn how to use Angular to improve your app development, Progressive Web Apps with Angular provides the know-how to build and deploy an Angular PWA.

Keywords

angular progressive web apps angular cli pwa service workers push notifications offline storage background sync browser api credential management payment request geolocation web bluetooth webusb generic sensors offline-first development native app features

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.OsloNorway

About the authors

Majid Hajian is a mobile and web developer based in Oslo with over 10 years of experience in software engineering. He enjoys writing technical articles, meeting other developers and speaking at conferences and events, and contributing to open source projects. He has authored courses on PWA development, and has been using Angular to develop web applications for more than five years. He is passionate about sharing his knowledge and experience with other developers who are looking for resources to help them improve their work.

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