Using libraries to code service workers

We use the code for these caching strategies. These libraries automate many of the details for us while also following best practices and avoiding common gotchas.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. Introduction to Progressive Web apps

2. Why Progressive Web Apps?

3. Objective of the Project

4. Advantages of Progressive Web App

5. Advantages of PWA over Native Apps

6. Benefits of Progressive Web App

7. Use Cases

8. The Future of PWA

9. Software Requirements

10. Hardware requirements

11. Reference

Using libraries to code service workers

sw-toolbox library

Loaded by SW at run time

Applies caching strategies to URL patterns

Installs via Bower, npm, GitHub

sw-toolbox library

Loaded by SW at run time

Applies caching strategies to URL patterns

Installs via Bower, npm, GitHub

· We use the code for these caching strategies. These libraries automate many of the details for us while also following best practices and avoiding common gotchas.

· sw-toolbox is an open-source library on GitHub that builds on top of Service Worker, Cache and Fetch. It implements each of the strategies we discussed and makes them easy to integrate into our app.

· sw-precache libraries is an open-source tool, also on GitHub, that can generate a service worker script for us. We can call it from the command line or integrate it into our build process.

· You can use these tools to simplify your implementation. They support all of the standard caching strategies, or you can add your own, and include control over options such as maximum cache size and item lifetimes.