Developing a Progressive Web App

Developing a Progressive Web AppLike most things, web development is also evolving, and now web developers can create web pages or applications that can be seen by millions of people all over the globe in just a few clicks. Recently, there has been an advancement in progressive web apps, where users can have an app like experience using modern web technologies, while just being on a webpage. This can have multiple benefits, one of the biggest being that users don’t have to spend the time downloading an app. A progressive web app is accessible in tabs in a browser, plus users can add the page to the home screen of their devices, much like a normal app. There are also other app like features such as the ability to use it offline, have push notification and the ability to sync in the background.Many companies are taking the time and the


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ReactOS 0.4.5 Released

An anonymous reader shares Colin Finck’s forum post announcing ReactOS version 0.4.5: The ReactOS Project is pleased to release version 0.4.5 as a continuation of its three month cadence. Beyond the usual range of bug fixes and syncs with external dependencies, a fair amount of effort has gone into the graphical subsystem. Thanks to the work of Katayama Hirofumi and Mark Jansen, ReactOS now better serves requests for fonts and font metrics, leading to an improved rendering of applications and a more pleasant user experience. Your continued donations have also funded a contract for Giannis Adamopoulos to fix every last quirk in our theming components. The merits of this work can be seen in ReactOS 0.4.5, which comes with a smoother themed user interface and the future promises to bring even more improvements. In another funded effort, Hermes Belusca-Maito has got MS Office 2010 to run under ReactOS, another application


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