Building PWAs to bring the power of the web as a native device experience.
The Power of PWAs and What It Can Do for You
A PWA, Progressive Web App, is a web application that looks and feels like a native app. Because it’s built on web technologies, the capabilities of a Progressive Web App are constantly expanding. Not to mention the ease of use, installing them as they don’t require app store certification. They provide a native app-like experience with easier updatability and more efficient developing techniques.
Not every business requires a native app, especially after knowing the effort and complexity building, submitting, and maintaining an app requires. This is where PWAs come in; they give you the exposure and ease-of-access an app gives without the expense.
The “Progressive” Part of PWAs
Understanding Web Tech
building PWAs, a developer must first understand web technology, code, and development. Our team at UXKick is full of web developers who have followed the rise of Progressive Web Apps from their inception.
Understanding Operating Systems
Though a PWA is much easier to submit and install on a device, there are certain OS limitations or differences. Our developers understand the pros, cons, and differences between each OS to build fully capable PWAs no matter what platform your users are on.
Deciding on using a PWA is dependent on what you expect your users to accomplish with the app. Progressive Web Apps are more capable than they lead on, with successful eCommerce businesses using them in place of native apps. If the experience isn’t reliant on entirely offline capabilities or device-specific functions, then a PWA is the way to go. The developers at UXKick are seasoned app developers and designers, understanding exactly what it takes to build a convincing PWA.