After publishing this extension, I thought these set of experience should be shared which would be beneficial to take your skill one step further.
Though the extension looks quite normal when compared to its competitors, it is not in its functionalities. No more explanations. Here it goes.
I understand Quotes but what is that progressive web extension? Care to explain?
Yes, I will.
We are making it progressive. Simple.
53% of users will abandon a site if it takes longer than 3 seconds to load!
Yes. Who would love to wait till the site loads habitually longer?
This is what every Front End Developer need to know right now. It is must to learn about Progressive Web Apps and it’s implementation deals.
Not everyone wants to install every single application on their device and here comes the saviour called PWA (Progressive Web Apps).
I have attached the external links below which was very helpful in building my first chrome extension as a PWA for your reference.
An aforementioned article by Jake Prins is more than enough. But don’t forget to check another article mentioned below for PWA guidelines before you start.
Develop your extension first and make it progressive.
Do install Web Server for Chrome extension to check how your Progressive web extension runs in your server before you host.
If you would have reached this point, I am sure you are pretty much interested in taking it further. Stay tuned for the next article (Part 2) on How to build Progressive Web Extension (App) at ease with aforementioned links.
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