This means we’re that much closer to Safari supporting Progressive Web Applications.
High Tide was used as the example in 'The New Bar for Web Experiences'
“High Tide showcases a simplified PWA while providing elegant design and functionality.”
DockYard Senior Engineer, Miguel Camba, will present at EmberFest in Berlin on October 12, 2017.
Boston-based software consultancy, DockYard, announces focus on a specialized service in their catalog: the development of Progressive Web Applications (PWAs).
Implementing and maintaining several properties and apps means longer development, more maintenance, and most importantly, differing user experiences.
Even more than ecommerce and publishing, higher education marketing could benefit tremendously from adopting Progressive Web Application (PWA) implementation.
Interested in a Progressive Web App but unsure about implementing one without Safari/iOS support? Here’s what you should know before making a decision.
A simple, Google backed, solution to slow loading mobile content is very enticing. But what will you have to give up to make this happen?
Progressive Web Apps are not only a forward thinking technology but also an answer to issues that businesses face on a daily basis.
DockYard Senior Engineer Marten Schilstra will present at GOTO Chicago 2017.
Today, DockYard released a new version of their flagship website DockYard.com.