A few months ago, we announced that we had discontinued our platform and app submission services to place all of our focus on Progressive Web Apps (PWAs).
The second WordCamp Madrid (#WCMadrid) took place last weekend (April 21st-22nd) at La Nave Madrid with a total of 400 attendees (plus live stream viewers).
SSL (Secure Socket Layer) is a cryptographic protocol to provide security over internet communications and protect data being transferred through a computer network.
As you might know, Worona was born in 2015 in an effort to make it easy and affordable for people to build mobile apps.
As part of the “Campus Experts Summit” event that took place last month at Campus Madrid, the Mobile UX Manager at Google Claire Illmer hosted a session called “Winning on the Mobile Web”.
Now that we know what Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) are, we can dive a little deeper and talk about those key features that differentiate them from a native mobile app and a regular web experience.
A lot has been said lately about Progressive Web Apps because of their relative ease of development, the wins for the user experience, and their other many benefits: offline mode, no installation required, etc.