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  1. ServiceWorker: A Basic Guide to BackgroundSync

    A simple guide to getting up and running using Background Sync and Service Workers. Background Sync is a new web API that lets you defer actions until the user has stable connectivity. This makes it great for ensuring that whatever the user wants to send, is actually sent.

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    10 minute read
  2. Making a Simple Site Work Offline with ServiceWorker

    I’ve been playing around with ServiceWorker a lot recently, so when Chris asked me to write an article about it I couldn’t have been more thrilled. …

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    15 minute read
  3. Making a Progressive App with ServiceWorker

    In previous articles, you’ve learned about how to use ServiceWorker, the different strategies that you can leverage to serve content offline and faster, and all …

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    5 minute read
  4. ServiceWorker, MessageChannel, & postMessage

    Last week I wrote an article about a caching strategy for progressive networking that uses a cache first and then goes to the networking, sharing messages between web …

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    10 minute read
  5. ServiceWorker and Progressive Networking

    I’ve been toying with ServiceWorker for a while. The single most complicated issue when it comes to ServiceWorker has been dealing with caching in a …

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    9 minute read
  6. ServiceWorker: Revolution of the Web Platform

    While not the most amusingly named feature of the web platform, everything seems to point at ServiceWorker being the most significant addition to the web platform since …

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    19 minute read