Hi, just a few things. On the ‘simple functionality’ box it said “loads 2-3 faster”. Defining whether that means 2-3 times or 2-3 seconds or whatever it is would be useful for people looking for information.
You also have a double full-stop (period) at the end of the ‘how it works’ section 4. I’m not sure if this is meant to be an ellipses or full stop here.
Apart from that, it is an absolutely outstanding design. Could you explain the offline capabilities a bit more for me?
You’re totally right, I’ll do some more benchmark testing and provide a more accurate number/description.
This was just mean to be funny… but I’ll change the verbiage.
As for the offline capabilities, this particular way just stores a cached version of the pages. So, should the user lose connectivity, they’ll still be able to see the pages. I’m currently working on some more testing and may add more features depending on the response here.
The basic functionality of this really fit my use case, as I didn’t need any fancy items. But, to get a bit more, I’d probably recommend users look at Jasonelle. @JohnMark has a good post on this.
I definitely had a chuckle at it and I got it, it was just a little thing I noticed that it was neither a period nor a ellipses. I’d definitely keep the little comment you have there just fix those dots aha. That offline capability is really useful. I definitely think what you’ve made here is very useful for many many people.
In my first try I made a typo in the url. How can I delete an app?
More importantly… how can I actually use this? You mention the “its new home”*. Does that mean that I have to download the files and upload them to a completely new Bubble App. Or should I upload those files to my current app?
* - Since we’re iterating on the verbiage… let me unleash my Grammar Nazi. I think this is a typo.
Your current app. Provided it’s on a paid plan - you should be set. Download the files, upload to the root directory of your app. Then copy and paste the two snippets of code into the SEO / metatags of your app.
I looked at yours as an example. Photo should be a PNG size of 192x192. I’ll be periodically making changes throughout the app to make it easier, so sorry for the ‘please refresh this page’ banner
The example you provided is indeed a good one, and i’ll be refining my way to try and grab the most out of PWA’s, as this was more of a beta to see if there was a need to work further on this. (definitely a work in progress)