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What is a Progressive Web App (PWA)?

A progressive web app is an advanced form of a responsive web application that provides a user experience and usability similar to that of a native mobile application. Unlike a traditional mobile app, PWAs use a single codebase that allows them to be used by virtually anyone, anywhere, on any device. They don’t require a specific operating system, device type, or browser to deliver their functionality. Instead, PWAs use the latest web technologies to provide native mobile app-like experiences within browsers, so users can access them without the need to download a mobile app.

With their wonderful user experience, offline accessibility, and advanced capabilities, PWAs are becoming the mobile development platform of choice for enterprise companies aiming to optimize their user interactions without the limitations of native mobile applications.

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PWA Advanced Capabilities

  • Instant access from the home screen

  • Accessible via all browsers

  • Offline connectivity

  • Geolocation services

  • Fast and responsive

  • Secure and reliable

  • Push notifications

  • Provide app-style navigation and interactions

  • Work seamlessly across major platforms

  • Enable rapid updates and advances

  • Search engine optimized

  • Easily shared via URL

Why PWAs for your Mobile Solution?

Problems PWAs Solve

Discoverability

Because Progressive Web Apps are discoverable by search engines, they are more easily discovered by users compared to native apps, which must be found in an app store. The WC3 manifest and service worker registration scope identifies them as applications and provides key details about them.

Improved Conversions

With faster loading time and diverse functionality, PWAs provide a great way to meet user’s needs, attract new users, lower bounce rates, and boost conversions. Push notifications and offline support also keep users engaged with your brand and improve customer loyalty.

App Shell

Users add PWAs to their home screen, giving them the same easy accessibility as an installed mobile app. When opening the PWA, users experience the app in an app shell that loads remarkably fast without interruption, and performs seamlessly like a native mobile app.

User Experience With the Look and Feel of a Mobile App and Reach of the Web

Types of Progressive Web Applications

Customer & Sales Management

Enterprise Content Management

Document Management

Supply Chain Management

Inventory & Procurement Management

Financial Resource Management

Task-Based Employee Applications

Data Management Apps

Task Management & Issue Tracking

Profitability Analytics

Customer Analytics

Supply Chain Analytics

Comparison Reports

Asset Analytics

Location-Based Services

Social Networking

Mobile Project Workplaces

Productivity Apps

Personal Dashboards

Scheduling Apps

Document Collaboration & File-Sharing

Collaboration Portals

Enterprise Social Networking

Knowledge Management

Enterprise-Wide Search

Performance Metrics

Hire Expert PWA Developers

Ensure that your PWA solutions run seamlessly and flawlessly with QAT Global.

We provide high-quality progressive web app development solutions that are cost-effective, efficient, highly responsive and meet your unique user needs. QAT Global follows an agile development approach and performs comprehensive testing to provide complete support and maintenance throughout development. Let’s get to work on your PWA today!

FAQs on Progressive Web App Development

Yes! All major browsers including Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and other desktop and mobile browsers support PWAs.

Unlike native apps that you must download from a mobile app store, you don’t need to install PWAs to access them. You can simply add the app icon to your home screen and view it using your built-in browser, much like a web page, yet with many of the features users have come to expect from a native app.

PWAs are generally safe because they require the use of HTTPS authentication, explicit hardware access approval, and it’s hard to hide surprises in the code. In an enterprise environment, developers can implement additional security through the use of Content Security Policies. They can also remotely manage user device data and wipe it through the use of the service worker.

Unfortunately, there’s no fixed cost of PWA development, as it all depends on the features and complexity of the project. However, it is much less expensive compared to native mobile apps because there is no need to create multiple versions of the same app for different operating systems. This also accelerates time to market and lowers maintenance of the app.

Traditional websites provide users with one-way communication, serving their purpose as information deliverers for a variety of business purposes. Websites, however, lack user interaction and limit usability for mobile access. Native mobile apps, on the other hand, enable extensive user interactions for a specific set of tasks. Mobile apps also require a particular operating system, like iOS or Android, meaning if you wanted users from both platforms to access your mobile app, you’d have to create an app for each. PWAs deliver the best of both web and native apps while eliminating or minimizing their weaknesses.

Mobile apps are downloaded from an app store and run on a specific operating system such as iOS or Android. Progressive web applications however have the ability to operate on any platform, and from any browser and device. PWAs live in an app shell, rather than the app store. This means rather than downloading the application, you can save it in your browser and even access it offline.