The jfa-pwa-toolkit is a tool that allows for the easy and fast addition of Progressive Web Apps (PWA) features to any website. It includes features such as a web app manifest, icon structure files, an 'Add to Home Screen' function, offline work mode, precaching, caching strategies, and push notifications. The project is currently in beta.
- Web App Manifest: A simple JSON file that gives you the ability to control how your app appears to the user in the areas that they would expect to see apps (for example, a mobile device's home screen), direct what the user can launch, and define its appearance at launch.
- Icons Structure Files: Organize and manage your website's icons in a structured manner, ensuring they are displayed appropriately across different devices and screen sizes.
- Add to Home Screen (A2HS): Encourage users to add your web app to their home screen, making it readily accessible and increasing user engagement.
- Offline Work Mode: Ensure your web app is still functional even when users are offline, enhancing user experience and maintaining usability.
- Precaching: Boost your website's performance by precaching parts of your web app to ensure they load instantly and reliably.
- Caching Strategies: Implement different caching strategies to optimize the way your web app stores and reuses previously fetched network resources.
- Push Notifications: Cultivate user engagement by sending timely and relevant notifications to your users, even when the web app is closed.
- MIT License