In this blog, we'll examine new tools introduced in Xamarin.Forms 3.0 for building adaptive apps including the Visual State Manager and the FlexLayout container.
Wijmo’s Build 523 has released. It includes an interesting new business intelligence PWA sample, submenu support added to our Menu control, PDF performance enhancements, and more.
In this article, we describe how we implemented MyBI as a regular web app, and then show how we upgraded it to a progressive web app.
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Google announced Material and its specification in mid-2014, defining Material as based on paper and ink with advance implementations. This article is an introduction to material design for MVC.
CSS recently introduced a Scroll Snap Points feature that gives users a fluid and precise scrolling experience for touch and input devices. This makes it easy to add "swipe views" (commonly used in native mobile apps) to your web apps and progressive web applications (PWAs)
Progressive web apps start as regular modern web apps so you may not need to develop Android and iOS-specific versions of your native app. If you have a web application that is responsive, touch-aware, and efficient, you can easily turn it into a progressive web app.
If you are a web developer, you are probably aware of progressive web applications (PWAs) or implemented your own already. If you are unfamiliar, here is an overview of what progressive web applications are and why they are important in modern web development.