Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) are delivered through websites but are tweaked and transformed by adding some extra features. Though a web browser displays a PWA, it renders as an app. It consists of everything from a loading page and animations but doesn't have a navigation bar. An ordinary user would see it as an app only. They can work even on slower or sparse networks, are reliable and load quickly.
Today, businesses and startups need to realize that user experience overpowers everything else. Statista states that February 2019 accounted for almost 48% of global web traffic through web views. Websites offer great experience only to a certain point. However, businesses need to upgrade their browsing experience continually. And PWAs are the perfect combination of a website and offering a user experience like apps.
Advantages of Having PWAs for Businesses
A full-stack developer is someone who knows how to run suites in all the applications. Markup and programming languages, Frameworks, CMS, Databases, Version Control, Deployment – full-stack developers must know how to work on all or any one of these "stacks" as required. They are required to know about a pool of technologies like HTML, PHP & Python, Angular & React, Wordpress & Magento, MySQL & MongoDB, Github, Google Cloud.
So, a full-stack developer is a programmer that is knowledgeable in both the frontend and backend of an app or web development. They must know how to switch between different components of a program as and when needed. Also, they should be able to differentiate the nature of related issues.
Web development projects might be either a website, mobile or a native application. A project usually defines the...
Netflix, Spotify, Instagram, YouTube – there’s one thing that is common between all of these digital giants, and that is the Python programming language. Python is considered to be the most realistic, simple, user-friendly and perhaps the easiest language to learn for web and app development. Apart from that, due to the increase in the demand for apps, it also ensures scalability. Take for example Instagram with its 400 million active user base per day. Developed in Python language, Instagram has taken creativity and digitalization to a new level. Python includes Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Internet of Things. It’s a wholesome language package unlike Java, Ruby and PHP. And for the same reason the world’s largest music streaming platform, Spotify, chose Python, especially for back-end and data analytics.
E-commerce has grown a lot in the last few years. And the main reason behind its popularity is that online shopping provides a direct link between the sellers and buyers, eliminating the middlemen. However, as the new technological advents keep evolving, online stores also need a revamp. Hence, a mobile app is the perfect solution for providing a user-friendly and an even more interactive platform to the customers.
Today, most of the people prefer online shopping from mobile apps over e-commerce websites. The reason why customers prefer app purchases is simple; it's convenient and offers a great user experience too. And if your e-commerce store is doing well, an app would make your business even better. On the other hand, if your business is facing some problems in generating leads from potential customers; an app can definitely provide better results.
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Introduction This is just the first Blog in the Series of Blogs we will Write on this topic. If you are a developer or involved in any kind of web & app development and looking for a simple yet effectively functional technology then you are going in the right direction of thinking to deploy the application with the Docker. Docker is nothing but a container which communicates directly with the Linux kernel, hence it is very useful and easy to command in Linux systems. Oh! even Windows and MAC are not left behind to use containers. You may have heard about the vast numbers of developers talking about docker & containers, isolated virtual machine, hypervisors and other DevOps related systems. Today we will talk about the Introduction of Docker. What is a Docker? Docker is a very simple software for containerized applications. The concept of a container is to be a...
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Single-Page Applications (SPAs) are Web apps that heap an individual HTML page and progressively redesign that page as the user communicates with the app. It is also known as Single page application. Microsoft’s MSDN informed us that SPAs use AJAX and HTML5 to create fluid and responsive web apps, without constant page reloads.
On traditional websites, when visitors click on the links, these links generally lead to a new URL and load an entirely new page. In SPAs, the whole page doesn’t reload; instead, certain content is changed, loaded, and swapped out within the same page.
Microsoft’s MSDN informed us that in an SPA, after the first page loads, all interaction with the server happens through AJAX calls. These AJAX calls revert data - not markup - usually in JSON format. The app utilizes the JSON data to modify the page actively, without reloading the page. Applications...