Over the past few months there’s been an increasing amount of discussion and excitement around one particular area of web development: ‘Progressive Web Applications’. Ryan explains why it’s the future and shares his research of early adopters and an overview of the technologies you can use to progressively enhance web apps today.
Interesting Stuff Club – where we share what we’re up to in our own time. Eddy has been learning Redux, Alex has become a DevOps ninja and Kirsten and Rachael bring a political edge to the table.
Eddy outlines how we architected a PHP application to meet heavy demand for the Vote for Policies service.
We’re very excited about our newest client, British Rowing, who have chosen us as their long-term technology partner for their RowActiv brand.
May edition of the exciting and interesting things we’ve been learning, reading and attending. There’s been a lot of AngularJS, Ryan has been researching accessibility, Kirsten has gone all philosopher on us, reading about how we make decisions. We’ve been to design festivals, there’s been LOTS of books, and even a trip to Morocco.
One of the key features of a native mobile app that is difficult to replicate on a mobile web app is offline use. In part one of this series, Rob discusses how we’ve tackled this in our latest mobile web app with a focus on Appcache.
There is a currently a lot of confusion about the differences between mobile web apps and native apps so we take a look at two distinct methods of delivering mobile content to help clarify a few things in an attempt to aid an informed choice of which direction to take.