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This Week in Mobile Web Development (#111)

Mobile Web Weekly June 8, 2016   #111

This Week in Mobile Web Development (#111) Holly Schinsky recommends

Developers Surface Issues And Concerns With Progressive Web Apps

— In this post Dan takes a look at some specific issues and concerns developers are raising with Progressive Web Apps.

Dan Rowinski – ARC

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PWA Discovery: You Ain’t Seen Nothin Yet

— More discussion on the future of progressive web apps and improving their discoverability.

Alex Russell

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The Crisis Facing the Web Platform

— Alex Russell thinks the Web is in serious crisis due to the dominance of mobile platforms and research showing time spent using the Web is dropping.

Peter Gasston

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This Week in Mobile Web Development (#111)

This Week in Mobile Web Development (#111) Peter Cooper recommends

Don’t Use iOS Meta Tags Irresponsibly in Your Progressive Web Apps

— Don’t just slap Apple’s apple-mobile-web-app-capable meta tag into your apps to get an app-like experience for your site – it goes much further than that.

Maximiliano Firtman

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When Responsive Sites Are Just Not Enough

— The benefits of considering a RESS approach for responsive sites.

Damian Samolej

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Improving Scroll Perf with Passive Event Listeners in Chrome

— New to Chrome 51, passive event listeners provide a major potential boost to scroll performance.

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Improving Your Development Workflow with Webpack, React Hot Loader and Onsen UI

— How to set up your environment to develop with Webpack, React and Onsen UI in the most efficient way.

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Ads on AMP: Where Faster is Better

— Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages project is proving fruitful for advertisers as well as readers.

Accelerated Mobile Pages Project

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Yet Another Blog About The State and Future of Progressive Web App

— Thoughts and opinions about the current state and future of Progressive Web Apps from a developer for the Financial Times.

Ada Rose Edwards

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Progressively Less Progressive

— Andrew discusses some of his issues and concerns around progressive web apps and AMP.

Andrew Betts

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Postlight Mercury: Instant AMPification for Your Site

— Claims to enable the rapid deployment of AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) on your site.

Postlight

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Recapping PhoneGap Day EU 2016

— An official recap with links to all of the presentation and workshop resources from PhoneGap Day EU 2016.

PhoneGap Blog

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Create A Simple Todo List App Using Ionic 2 For Android and iOS

— Learn how to create a very simple todo list type Android and iOS mobile application using Ionic 2 and the Angular 2 framework.

Nic Raboy

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In-Depth With NativeScript 2.0

— An interview with Todd Anglin, VP of Product Management at Telerik.

Matt Werner

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