Planning a Progressive Web App
October 7, 2021, 7:30 PM - 7:50 PM (UTC)
A Progressive Web App can be as simple as adding a service worker and a manifest file to an existing website or as complex as spotify.com. How do you decide which features of a PWA make sense for your users and your business? What does it mean to be an “app” and how much does your PWA have to feel like one? This session will provide a framework for thinking about Progressive Web App features and how to put together a roadmap that delivers incremental improvements that benefit users.
Co-Founder, Cloud Four
Jason Grigsby is cofounder of Cloud Four, a small web consultancy with big aspirations. Since cofounding Cloud Four, he has had the good fortune to work on many fantastic projects, including the Obama ’08 iOS app. He was founder and president of Mobile Portland, where he helped start the world’s first community device lab. He is the author of Progressive Web Apps from A Book Apart and one of the signatories of the Future Friendly web manifesto. He participated in the Responsive Images Community Group, which helped define the new web standard for responsive images. He tracks progressive web app case studies at pwastats.com.
Senior Front-end Developer @ Cloud Four
Gerardo is a developer who has been playing with and learning about the web for over a decade professionally. His passions include the love of learning, creativity, problem-solving, sports, and social justice. His curiosity led him to initially study the arts with a focus on the digital medium. His experience with art, design, and development makes him a well-rounded maker of things on the web.