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Why PWAs is the future of Web and Apps Development

Onpeaks | Future of Web and App Development: PWA

1. Seamless Access for the Users

Progressive Web App will be trending in the mobile experience. Unlike a native mobile app, PWA does not need any download or installation. For instance, if you want to buy a product from a popular e-commerce app store, you have to go through many phases.

Firstly, you need to search in the marketplace, download it and allow permission to use your contact info or access media files. However, in the case of PWAs, the customer can search your website through Google and immediately access PWA without any downloading or wait.

It will also help users to use it anytime without paying extra for the data charges to download it. Moreover, users don’t need to uninstall the app in order to free up some space on mobile. Overall, users will directly access the app without any installation or any other fluffs.

2. Offline Access to Content

App working offline might be astonishing for many of you, but PWA is all about access to content offline. Service workers, which is the core of the Progressive Web App, works in the background, even when the website is not accessed.

It helps the app to work offline, send push notifications along with reloading content in the background, and start processes based on program logic. Service Workers use cache and gather API to quickly load your PWA.

3. User Engagement is Higher

You may have come across many websites showing you a dialog box with Allow and Deny button to click. By clicking the allow button, you will get the updates from the website when you are away. The same thing was introduced by the Google Chrome app, which reads, “Add to Home Screen”.

The main advantage is that with a single click, you can add the website to the homepage. Likewise, in PWA, the link-adding feature will allow the app to be cached and you will be given app access directly from the home screen.

AliExpress observes a 104% increase in conversion rates and users now visit twice as many pages per session, and time spent per session increased an average of 74% across all browsers.

4. Fine-tuning Made Easier

The benefit of developing a Progressive Web App instead of a native app is that you don’t need to contact app store to make tweaks. Unlike in the native app, you have to inform app store about the adjustments and updates to fix the bugs and errors. This might take a week or longer to deploy the updates and adjustments.

While in PWAs you can fix the bugs and errors on the go and don’t need to waste time on writing two separate codes for Android and Apple devices.

5. PWAs are More Secure

As a web developer, you may know how much Google encourages websites having https instead of HTTP. Cyber threats are always top of the list for web and app developers. In the past, HTTP was not secure enough to protect users’ information.

Websites are now being programmed in HTTPs and it is easy to launch a Progressive Web App in a secure environment. While entering personal information in PWA such as credit card information or contact details, they may feel secure and have peace of mind.

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