Check out these progressive web app development tools and resources below:
PWA.rocks is a collection of Progressive Web Apps and source for most of the following. If you ever need inspiration, make this your first stop. I also encourage you to add any PWAs you add to the list.
The best and fast option to create a PWA web app is to use PWABuilder and quickly build a service worker for offline functionality, which works by pulling and serving the “offline.html” from your web server whenever users lose internet connectivity. You can also submit your PWA to the app store for Android and iOS devices.
To use PWABuilder, all you need to do is insert your website’s URL and then fill in the additional details like your name, site description, and preferred icon.
- Google Developers
Google Developers have a good tutorial on how PWAs work, how to build one, and how to make PAWs app and run correctly. It also includes other basics such as enabling the “add to home screen banner” and using HTTPS.
These tools will help to build robust and fast web applications using progressive web apps.